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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Harryhood, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. Harryhood

    Harryhood Well-Known Member

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    When ever I try to perform an update on a specific server upcp hangs at

    done updating /scripts

    any idea?
     
  2. movielad

    movielad Well-Known Member
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    Based on what you've just said, and what I'm experiencing with waiting for cpanelsync - I guess there is currently a problem with the cPanel rsync server? If so, why is there no status information and do they have technicians on call 24/7 to take care of such issues?

    M.
     
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    The cPanel update servers are fine. The hanging after updating scripts is due to a safeapacherestart deadlock. Try updating to the latest Current. It will correct the issue automatically.
     
  4. brycealbright

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    How do I configure and/or update Apache?

    As follows are the errors that are showing up on my CPanel.

    Fatal Error! Unable to open httpd config file /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf! 0 / unlimited

    (Apache Build/Rebuild)-------------------------------------------------

    [an error or timeout occurred while processing this directive]There was an error while fetching http://layer1.cpanel.net/buildapache.rc

    I am new to CPanel, as it were, coming from the depths of Plesk and Ensim (like buying a used car and trying to fix it in a dark garage).

    I am not a Guru, just need for my server to work so, that I can finish my projects.

    Would appreciate input.

    Your interest is valued.

    Best Regards,
    Bryce
     
  5. BenThomas

    BenThomas Well-Known Member

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    The apache conf should be 644 for Stable, 600 for all other builds. Check the permissions, your issue likely lies there.
     
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