I cant understand how your running this successfully if the process runs as nobody yet your instruction mention nothing about changing the group setting on the files. If you leave as root:root there is no possible way to run ASSP as nobody.
I think you left out some important parts. The assp directory and all its files should be all chown -R root;nobody assp not to mention all the editable text files should be chmod 0660 too otherwise when you load the files from the ASSP interface you cant write to them.
Thats what i did and thats how im running everyting but i have even a ASSP RESTART problem.
If i start assp then use the interface to change options in the config, the moment i re start assp then all change i made before i restart assp is back to the default settings so im loosing my changes. Not sure why. I dont have this issue on my freebsd boxes but i loose my config setting from the interface on my RH box.
Are in the /usr/local/assp directory as well as the /usr/local/assp/reports directory. So which ones do you use? By default it uese the files in the reports directory so that means there are report files in the /usr/local/assp directory that probably shouldnt be there.
Hi Radio_Head. Yes, I have alicense and you already added my server IP to your allow list yesterday.
I have fixed the problem, but now have another one:
Any emails sent to the following email address are being rejected with the message "No such user here".
The user however does exist (it’s a main cpanel account) and it appears that when the cronjob of "/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin/php /usr/local/assp/deluxe/ex_localdomains.php" runs it doesn’t seem to add [email protected]" to the /usr/local/assp/deluxe/assp_local_email file.
If I add it manually it of course lets email get through to this person but on every cronjob run it removes it again.
Any idea's? I have over 60 cpanel accounts on this server and this one is the only one where it hasn’t added the main user to the assp_local_email file.
It does get the valiases for worlds-xxxxxx.co.uk though, and the work fine.