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cpanel cannot find ./frontend/default/index.html

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by zex, Mar 2, 2002.

  1. zex

    zex Well-Known Member

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    After installing cpanel on completly new and clean Rh 7.2 server all goes fine. But when I try to access to domain.com:2082
    and i login, the I got this error.



    Not Found
    The server was not able to find the document (./frontend/default/index.html) you requested
    Please check the url and try again. You might also want to report
    this error to your webhost.


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    cpaneld/4.4 Server at www.altos.hr:2082

    In the same time, somehow apache does not return memory after he use it. Didn't sure what is happening but I think that some user script is not properly writen and that somewhere memory is &leek-ing&. Does somebody have any ideas how to find wich script is causing this problem?
     
  2. bdraco

    bdraco Guest

    [quote:8d0fd04b13][i:8d0fd04b13]Originally posted by zex[/i:8d0fd04b13]

    After installing cpanel on completly new and clean Rh 7.2 server all goes fine. But when I try to access to domain.com:2082
    and i login, the I got this error.



    Not Found
    The server was not able to find the document (./frontend/default/index.html) you requested
    Please check the url and try again. You might also want to report
    this error to your webhost.


    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    cpaneld/4.4 Server at www.altos.hr:2082

    In the same time, somehow apache does not return memory after he use it. Didn't sure what is happening but I think that some user script is not properly writen and that somewhere memory is &leek-ing&. Does somebody have any ideas how to find wich script is causing this problem?
    [/quote:8d0fd04b13]

    Try updating cpanel again .. looks like your theme didn't sync.

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    mod_perl is infamous for leaking
     
  3. zex

    zex Well-Known Member

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    How to prevent mod_perl for leeking is there some universal solution?
     
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