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CentOS 7 install rebooted when almost complete?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by damonewm, Feb 10, 2016.

  1. damonewm

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    I'm not entirely sure what happened. Fresh install of CentOS 7, ran

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    cd /home && curl -o latest -L https://securedownloads.cpanel.net/latest && sh latest
    Installation was running fine

    Code:
    Beginning main installation.
    2016-02-10 11:58:02  601 ( INFO): cPanel & WHM installation started at: Wed Feb 10 11:58:02 2016!
    for 20 minutes until it got here

    Code:
    [2016-02-10 12:18:52 -0800]   Feb 10 12:18:52.476 [19521] dbg: generic: unlinking languages
    [2016-02-10 12:18:52 -0800]   Feb 10 12:18:52.476 [19521] dbg: generic: unlinking user_prefs.template
    [2016-02-10 12:18:52 -0800]   Feb 10 12:18:52.477 [19521] dbg: diag: updates complete, exiting with code 0
    [2016-02-10 12:18:52 -0800]   Done
    [2016-02-10 12:18:55 -0800]   Checking update....update ok!
    Is when I noticed the machine the installer was running on was rebooting - I was SSHd into the machine from a different machine nearby. Since it never gave a prompt of a successful installation with any post-install notes I searched online for the cPanel admin url and tried it myself, myhost.com:2082, connection refused. The firewall is disabled and so is selinux. I ran netstat to see what was listening on which ports and it only listed SSH. I tried a

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    systemctl start cpanel.service
    But that failed. So now I'm stuck, have zero direction on what to do next or what even went wrong if anything did.. The last 10 lines of the cpanel-install.log only seem to point to the fact SpamAssassin was the last software installed or was being installed.

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    [2016-02-10 12:18:37 -0800]   cpanel-perl-514-Catalyst-Model-DBIC-Schema-0.62-1.cp1146.x86_64
    [2016-02-10 12:18:38 -0800]   cpanel-perl-514-Catalyst-Authentication-Store-DBIx-Class-0.1506-1.cp1146.x86_64
    [2016-02-10 12:18:38 -0800]   cpanel-perl-514-Catalyst-Plugin-AutoCRUD-2.131210-1.cp1146.x86_64
    [2016-02-10 12:18:39 -0800]   cpanel-rrdtool-1.4.7-3.cp1150.x86_64
    [2016-02-10 12:18:39 -0800]   cpanel-jquery-ui-1.8.18-1.8.18-3.cp1140.noarch
    [2016-02-10 12:18:40 -0800]   cpanel-open_sans-1.0-2.cp1142.noarch
    [2016-02-10 12:18:41 -0800]   cpanel-jquery-1.7.2-1.7.2-2.cp1140.noarch
    [2016-02-10 12:18:41 -0800]   cpanel-elfinder-2.0.rc1-3.cp1140.noarch
    [2016-02-10 12:18:41 -0800]   cpanel-re2c-0.13.7.4-1.cp1146.x86_64
    [2016-02-10 12:18:42 -0800]   cpanel-perl-514-Mail-SpamAssassin-3.004001-3.cp1146.x86_64
     
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  3. damonewm

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    Thanks, that seems to have fixed some things. I can now load the login, but I'm unable to login. I tried using the system root user/pass but I get "A network error occurred during your login request.". Here was the output of the command you had me run:

    [Removed - Here's the End of the output]
    [2016-02-11 08:24:05 -0800] 100% complete
    [2016-02-11 08:24:05 -0800]
    [2016-02-11 08:24:05 -0800] cPanel update completed
    [2016-02-11 08:24:05 -0800] A log of this update is available at /var/cpanel/updatelogs/update.1455207515.log
    [2016-02-11 08:24:05 -0800] Removing upcp pidfile
    [2016-02-11 08:24:05 -0800]
    [2016-02-11 08:24:05 -0800] Completed all updates
    => Log closed Thu Feb 11 08:24:05 2016
     
  4. damonewm

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    Sorry to whomever edited my last entry with all that log text :) I thought there'd be some useful stuff in there. When I try to login the request returns a 500 internal.
     
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    It's possible the reboot during the installation process corrupted some required files. I suggest reinstalling the OS, and then cPanel, if you have yet to add accounts. This will ensure you complete a full installation without a reboot mid-way through.

    Thank you.
     
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    Ahh yes, re-installing everything seems to have worked. Thanks
     
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