cPanel 11.32 New Errors in error_log

LeadDogGraphics

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I recently upgraded to the 11.32 in the Current tier. Since the moment I finished the upgrade, in the /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_log

I am constantly getting these errors that go on for days over and over and they never showed up before at all:

[2012-03-02 10:24:48 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-02 10:27:01 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service cppop
[2012-03-02 10:27:01 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service bind
[2012-03-02 10:27:01 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service http
[2012-03-02 10:27:01 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service apache
[2012-03-02 10:27:01 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service cpimap
[2012-03-02 10:27:01 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service imapd
[2012-03-02 10:27:01 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service ftpserver
[2012-03-02 10:29:49 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-02 10:34:50 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
 

LeadDogGraphics

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Hi,

Please check the services to be monitered by the cPanel in "service manager" of WHM itself and save the setting once again. After that check the issue persists.
:)
Thank you.
Tried that today after your post, and it still persists, it seams to error on two addons more often, then i restarted apache and it errors again on the others:


[2012-03-08 20:00:00 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-08 20:00:00 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service varnish
[2012-03-08 20:06:23 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-08 20:06:23 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service varnish
[2012-03-08 20:11:24 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-08 20:11:24 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service varnish
[2012-03-08 20:21:24 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-08 20:21:24 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service varnish
[2012-03-08 20:26:25 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-08 20:26:25 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service varnish
[2012-03-08 20:34:49 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-08 20:34:49 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service varnish
[2012-03-08 20:40:39 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service cppop
[2012-03-08 20:40:39 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service bind
[2012-03-08 20:40:39 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service http
[2012-03-08 20:40:39 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service apache
[2012-03-08 20:40:39 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service ftpserver
[2012-03-08 20:40:48 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service cppop
[2012-03-08 20:40:48 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service bind
[2012-03-08 20:40:48 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service http
[2012-03-08 20:40:48 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service apache
[2012-03-08 20:40:48 -0500] info [whostmgr10] No method for determining installed state of service ftpserver
[2012-03-08 20:41:25 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service lfd
[2012-03-08 20:41:25 -0500] info [tailwatchd] No method for determining installed state of service varnish
 

tb171

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Hello

I too have noticed this issue - it is present on 7 servers that I manage that now have WHM 11.32.1 (build 4). Most of the time in it is just the 'lfd' and 'watchmysql' tailwatch entries, but occasionally it is all the services. I get the reports every hour through the CSF log report feature, but I have also checked the actual logs; the 'No method for determining installed state of service ###' appears every 5 minutes.

I tried, as suggested, to re-save the monitoring in 'Service Manager', but it had no effect - in fact after I had 'saved' I got the report that all services had the same problem.

The server and all services seem to be running fine, even the commonly reported errors (lfd and watchmysql) are functioning as normal. Maybe it is a false report/error, but it is disturbing nonetheless.

Best Regards

Tony
 

LeadDogGraphics

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got a response from CP:

This issue has been resolved by our developers, but I currently do not know what the specific version of 11.32 will contain the fix. The errors are harmless, however, and can be ignored.
 

cPanelTristan

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The internal cases about the issue are 57738 and 57642 with 57738 fixed in 11.32.2.0 and higher. Since 57738 is the main case that caused this issue to occur, that should resolve the other case and remove these errors from happening in the /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_log file at that point.

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