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CloudLinux Uninstaller breaks EasyApache

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by optize, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. optize

    optize Well-Known Member

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    I did my first uninstall of CloudLinux today, thinking it would go smoothly.... sadly I was very much mistaken.

    I thought after running centos2cl, installing the default CentOS kernel and rebooting, I would be done.... That's what the docs make you believe atleast.

    The first problem started when EasyApache didn't want to recompile because "lib/cpp" failed sanity check.

    Thankfully, I found:
    http://www.linuxbabu.net/2012/10/cl...ror-c-preprocessor-libcpp-fails-sanity-check/
    which told me I needed kernel-headers.... Would be nice if CloudLinux's uninstall told me that....

    Woohoo, got passed compiling Apache... onto PHP.... Now PHP is failing because of mod_hostinglimits issues. Why is it trying to compile mod_hostinglimits on a non-CL box?

    Thankfully, I found another blog:
    http://www.raidten.com/remove-mod_hostinglimits-c-from-easyapache-after-migrating-from-cloudlinux/

    After running his commands, rebooting, EasyApache now works.

    My 10 minute scheduled maintenance ended up to be an 90 minute ordeal because the CL uninstall script does a half ass job at uninstalling itself. If cPanel is going to tightly integrate their software with CloudLinux, please make sure you can do a clean uninstall. Now I feel I have a box which is 50% CloudLinux and 50% CentOS... Who knows what other CL issues I'll see in the future.
     
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    iseletsk Well-Known Member

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    Optize,

    check if kernel-headers are present. I am sorry -- there is not enough people running uninstall, we correct the issues as they come in, but due to all the servers being different -- it is hard to get all the cases.
     
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    optize Well-Known Member

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    Some more issues since we migrated back to CentOS.

    lsphp5[23947]: segfault at 7fff7d449f80 ip 00007fce1863729e sp 00007fff7d449f30 error 6 in libpcre.so.0.0.1[7fce18624000+3c000]

    Litespeed's PHP is segfaulting constantly due to libpcre. I tried recompiling Apache/PHP, but it didn't fix it.
     
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    Hi. Let me ask please, why did you uninstall? we are considering cloudlnux and your opinion would be helpful.

    thanks.
     
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    I have same issue..
    Cloudlinux completely ruined my easyapache.. when I mailed about that to cloudlinux and also cpanel they replied that I have issue with YUM

    I hate cloudlinux
     
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