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cPanel error log

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rogcan, May 4, 2007.

  1. rogcan

    rogcan Well-Known Member

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    Ever since we upgraded our webhosting box to the latest current build, all our clients dont see there last 300 error log messages.

    Can anyone explain a fix for this or why im seeing this for all clients ??

    Example of one domains cpanel and what he see's:

    Error Log

    This function will display the last 300 errors for your site. This can be very useful for determining what links are broken on your site, or what files do not exist that should. Checking this log frequently can help keep your site running smoothly.

    Last 300 Error Log Messages in reverse order:

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    hisdomainname.com,/var/domlogs/hisdomainname.com-error_log)">

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    Our webserver box info:
    WHM 11.1.0 cPanel 11.2.1-C11632
    REDHAT Enterprise 3 i686 - WHM X v3.1.0
    Theme x3
     
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    rone Well-Known Member

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    There is a new update for the CURRENT TREE: 11.2.1 (build 11631) - CURRENT Tree
     
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    rogcan Well-Known Member

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    That doesnt fix my problem but thanks for the update....

    Anyone else ?
     
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    You are right!! I have checked my own server and have the same problem. I have reported this error to the cPanel staff for investigation.
     
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    Fix is coming.
     
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    rogcan Well-Known Member

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    This is now fixed in the latest current build :)

    cPanel Build 11.2.1-CURRENT_11635
     
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