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Cannot dup stdin: Permission denied at cpsrvd.pl line 365

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by breck, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. breck

    breck Registered

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    About every morning right at 4:00 AM or so, immediately after logging into cPanel, customers are getting:

    Internal Server Error
    Cannot dup stdin: Permission denied at cpsrvd.pl line 365.
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    cpsrvd/9.9.9 Server at www.domain.com.

    This is becoming a bigger issue as I've had multiple techs look at the problem. I've tried upgrading to the latest cPanel release as I've seen stated elsewhere. I've also set the permissions to /dev/null correctly only to have it all messed up again the next morning. This is becoming a major pain as nobody seems to have any idea what causes it so I'm hoping somebody here can help out. We're running Fedora core 2. Please let me know if you have any ideas for me. Thanks!
     
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    My guess is you have some sort of crontab or program installed thats resetting the perms you've changed. Perhaps its a part of the fedora core 2 system, it is a development OS, so bugs and unfriendly issues are bound to be present. Have you tried running upcp with the --force option ? Sometimes that can clear up such issues.
     
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    I have the same problem. Any news regarding solution?

    "upcp" doesn't help in this case. Any ideas? :(
     
    #3 Kasper, Jan 29, 2005
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