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chkserv.d entries removed by EDGE

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Planet_Master, Sep 12, 2005.

  1. Planet_Master

    Planet_Master Well-Known Member

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    chkservd entries removed by EDGE

    On the latest edge the update (Could be a few builds back) removes many chkserv.d entries including Apache status, MySQL and others. This has been confirmed on all servers and these no longer show in server status. I ask cPanel to add these back in the next build. Or if someone can send me a copy of these to webmaster@visionplateau.net I would appreciate it.

    EDIT: The build was on Friday
    10.6.0 (build 187) - EDGE Tree


    And I see these were dealing with chkservd so theres your culprit

    All that remains is:
    cpsrvd
    eximstats
    Imap
    named
    pop
    spamd
    tomcat
     
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  2. BenThomas

    BenThomas Well-Known Member

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    Just visit the "Service Manager" function in the WHM and re-enable monitoring for the services.
     
  3. Planet_Master

    Planet_Master Well-Known Member

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    Very nice, like the ability to turn monitoring on and off...Thanks wish there was something that tells us of these changes...Its like a finding a needle in a haystack.

    Thx
     
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    In WHM/Change Log spotted this:
    10.6.0 (build 194) Sat Sep 10 15:49:52 2005
    Update WHM Service Manager to allow enabling/disabling of services and optionally to specify that the service be monitored by chkservd.
    ;)
     
  5. Planet_Master

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    OK my bad, you got me there. I should take a better look at the changelog when updating.

    But I have something that no one here can answer, I dare you. And this is a 2 year old bug now that cPanel I guess is confortable with but is a pain in the ass when doing mass upgrade and downgrades...
    When the hell are they going to fix addon and parked domains to show unlimited when upgrading an account? Instead you have to modify account as well and add unlimited into the boxes. Really a pain when upgrading 2 or 3 hundred accounts and a sad state of affairs that something so simple has been a thorn in the side for this long.

    Well? Anyone want to tackle that beast?
     
  6. timdorr

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    Speaking of chkservd updates, anyone know where "Added notificaiton interval settings for chkservd" is, from the changelog? I would like to up the value to a bit faster than it is now.
     
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    may be by editing /usr/sbin/chkservd
     
  8. The MAzTER

    The MAzTER Well-Known Member

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    Nice update, only missing the option to turn this on and off for just cpanel ;)

    cliets dont have to know how much space is left on /boot and such, but they may know if apache etc is up (without version numbers as well please :p)
     
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