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SOLVED Cloudlinux plugin problem

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by webmasteryoda, Mar 11, 2017.

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  1. webmasteryoda

    webmasteryoda Well-Known Member

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    Hello

    I am using CentOs 6.x 64 bit with EasyApache 4 and Apache 2.4

    So, I have tried to install CloudFlare plugin to my EasyApache and now I cant restart/start Apache.

    It gives me error that CloudFlare is causing the problems.

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    Apache restarted, but pid file not updated. If apache restart reported success but it failed soon after, it may be caused by oddities with mod_ssl. You should run /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/ssl_crt_status as part of your troubleshooting process. Pass it --help for more details. Also be sure to examine apache's various log files. Apache Restart Output: Waiting for “httpd” to start ……………failed. Service Error (XID qwsmjq) The “httpd” service failed to start. Startup Log httpd: Syntax error on line 232 of /etc/apache2/conf/httpd.conf: Syntax error on line 1 of /etc/apache2/conf.d/cloudflare.conf: Cannot load /usr/lib64/apache2/modules/mod_cloudflare.so into server: /usr/lib64/apache2/modules/mod_cloudflare.so: undefined symbol: ap_log_rerror Log Messages [Sat Mar 11 13:56:38.186603 2017] [:error] [pid 14201] [client 64.246.165.50] 
    So my question is:

    How can I remove this from my Apache to properly start Apache Http server?
     
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    The problem is solved.

    I have just removed the cloudflare line from the /etc/apache2/conf.d
     
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    Hello,

    I'm happy to see you were able to address the issue. Thank you for updating us with the outcome.
     
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