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Cpanel and gentoo , default partitions need help

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dr-support, Jul 16, 2007.

  1. dr-support

    dr-support Member

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    hello,
    I take a server with gentoo OS and this partition details :
    PHP:
    Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    192.168.0.1
    :/nfsroot/gentoo
                          228G  134G   82G  63
    % /
    none                  1.9G   56K  1.9G   1% /mnt/unionfs/etc
    none                  230G  134G   84G  62
    % /etc
    none                  1.9G  720K  1.9G   1
    % /mnt/unionfs/var
    none                  230G  134G   84G  62% /var
    none                  1.9G     0  1.9G   0% /mnt/unionfs/root
    none                  230G  134G   84G  62
    % /root
    none                  1.9G  4.0K  1.9G   1
    % /tmp
    udev                  1.9G  160K  1.9G   1
    % /dev
    shm                   1.9G     0  1.9G   0
    % /dev/shm
    /dev/sda2             226G   28G  187G  13% /mnt/sysimage
    and I have a second hard desk sdb
    so can I install Cpanel normal without any problem ??
    and my cpanel server work fine with this partition ??
    how can I make mount sdb point to /backup ??


    please help me
     
  2. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Gentoo is no longer supported by cPanel/WHM. If you want to install cPanel/WHM without any issues, I'd recommend using a supported distribution on a supported architecture. You can find this information at:

    http://www.cpanel.net/products/cPanelandWHM/linux/sys_requirements.htm
     
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    oh yes thank you
    so what I can do now ??
     
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    What? Did you think you would get a different answer coming here? :D

    See, cPanelDavidG basically told you the exact same thing that
    I just told you earlier this morning before you posted here
    which for reference was the basic two points ...

    A) There really isn't much to be concerned about in your current partitions
    so you can stop fretting about that particular issue.

    B) You are using Gentoo and it's not a currently supported OS for Cpanel

    My recommendation to you was to have your server host change your operating
    system to something more supported such as CentOS or Fedora or look at
    another server host if your provider won't do that for you.
     
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