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Breaking things. Perfect. *stressed*

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AndruC, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. AndruC

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    I've been temporarily thrust into the role of server admin at the small company I work for, after the previous left. I have some experience working with it, but my deeper knowledge is limited.

    After using EasyApache to rebuild PHP to 5.3.9, though the build was successful, Apache refused to start back up after the reset, leaving me with this lovely message:

    The thing is, I've since reinstalled passenger, and the /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/ssl_crt_status command doesn't exist.


    Thoughts?
     
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    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Does Apache restart after the Passenger reinstall? If not, are you still receiving that exact same error message?

    If the same message is occurring, then what does this show?

    Code:
    ls -l /usr/lib/phusion-passenger/agents/PassengerWatchdog
    Also, how precisely did you install mod_rails on the machine? I'm asking as I have a guide on installing it for cPanel:

    Installing mod_rails and Rails 3.0.9 on a cPanel machine - cPanel & WHM Admin Blog
     
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    Is it plausible for you to recompile apache with the bare minimum settings to see what exactly is going on?
     
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    The log is as written after the passenger reinstall. Pre-reinstall (awkward) gave me the same reasons, but the statements in the log were in a slightly different order.

    It was reinstalled using cPanel's ruby gem module installer.

    And upon examination, I'm noticing that /usr/lib/phusion-passenger/ doesn't exist. And yet "Successfully installed passenger-3.0.11".

    I'll be honest, I'm a little out of my element here.
     
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    How about /usr/local/lib/phusion-passenger on the machine? If that does exist, try symlinking it to /usr/lib/phusion-passenger:

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    ln -s /usr/local/lib/phusion-passenger /usr/lib/phusion-passenger
     
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    I appreciate the help coming in. Woke up to a running Apache server.

    Looks like it restarted itself successfully shortly after I left the forums last night, and all is currently well.

    FTR: /usr/local/lib/phusion-passenger/ didn't exist either.
     
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