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Connection reset by peer in SSH during upgrade

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mik3ca2, Sep 10, 2015.

  1. mik3ca2

    mik3ca2 Registered

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    I executed /scripts/upcp using a shell connection to the server to update whm/cpanel and during the upgrade the shell disconnected with the message "connection reset by peer" yet things were probably still running at that point. At least I know apache is.

    How do I know the upgrade situation when everything is now running in the background. For example, if I were to reconnect to my server shell via SSH, what do I look for to determine if the upgrade is finished or has failed?
     
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    the upgrade will continue on its own if you are disconnected
    you can view the last update @


    tail -50 /var/cpanel/updatelogs/last
     
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    Yes, the previous post is accurate. Also, consider using the "screen" utility when connecting via SSH remotely so the session remains active if you disconnect.

    Thank you.
     
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