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Cloudlinux Uninstall now showing storage login

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by hiuuf, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. hiuuf

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    I uninstall cloudlinux and now after reboot that is showing (before that was centos)

    storage login :

    after root login

    root@storage

    Internet not working there so i can't update anything.

    any solution ??
     
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    what is your kernel now? Please post here the output of:
    uname -a
    lspci
    cat /boot/grub/grub.conf
     
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    What is the hostname of the server? It is likely "storage", because by default the log-in prompt shows the user "at" the hostname. You can find the hostname using this command:

    Code:
    # hostname
     
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    Cloudlinux support working to fix server so i can't check that.


    Oh yes my mistake i think storage is showing storage (hdd) root

    My main problem : i am not able to ping or connect any site. Cloudlnux people fixing that but i am on learning curve so wana know what cause that.
     
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    Did you try running the "hostname" command? What was the output? (Note: the # is not part of the command. It only represents the command prompt.)

    "storage" is most likely the hostname of the server, not the name of a hard drive on the server. The reason that I say this is that normally, the log-in prompt is user@hostname, so root@storage would make sense if you are trying to log in as root and storage is the hostname.
     
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    @cpaneljared : yes hostname is storage :)
     
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    Here is result

    uname -a
    lspci

    /http://i.imgur.com/zPWMAGz.jpg

    cat /boot/grub/grub.conf

    /http://i.imgur.com/OwDZtig.jpg
     
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    here is what i recived from cloudlinux staff

    and this from our DC

    Do we have some option to fix that without reinstall ?
     
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    The responses from Cloud Linux and your data center are likely accurate. If you are still unable to access your server, then you may want to consult with a qualified system administrator for assistance with backing up your files or backup archives and proceeding with the reinstall.

    Thank you.
     
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    thx CpanelMichael

    It's test server there is no data. I know last option is reinstall os but i just wana check if i can make that work without re-install. (I am learning about centos and cpanel so brainstorm is good for me)

    If i will not success today i will make fresh installation tomorrow :)
     
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    seems i found problem

    there is no network manager installed.
     
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