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connection broke up during the installation..

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ArbuZz, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. ArbuZz

    ArbuZz Active Member

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    connection broke up during the installation of cpanel...

    :eek:

    I was just in the middle of cpanel installation on a brand new server, when my ISP cut me off the internet. When I finally managed to enter the server I could not find out whether cpanel installation was complete or not (how do I find it anyway?). I've just netstat-ed listening ports and could'n find any cpanel related among them, so I've concluded that installation broke.

    What should I do now? Is it possible just to run cpanel installation over previous one? Will it work? I still have to accomplish this task as soon as possible.
     
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    Please run

    /scripts/upcp --force
     
  3. ArbuZz

    ArbuZz Active Member

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    I've ran new installation on top of previous one. I ran out of time on this task. Cpanel has installed and looks and works fine, although maybe it is heavily screwed somewhere deep inside - I don't know.

    I've updated scripts and recompiled apache, this far everything is fine.

    However you guys in my opinion should make installation process run without parent/owner (or I don't know - probably you know better :), so that connection lost couldn't stop or screw the whole process.
     
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