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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by IberHosting, Oct 6, 2005.

  1. IberHosting

    IberHosting Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    after upgrade to 10.8.0-STABLE_59

    My server status show like:

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    And yes, I have all monitors enabled in cPanel and same error in 10.8.0-RELEASE 58 with redhat, but whm show all services.


    Thanks,

    Antonio
     
  2. OCX

    OCX Well-Known Member

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    mine shows like that in R58

    i dont think its an issue, prolly ment to be set like that?
     
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    Is your WHM service status and the domain cpanel service status are different. Anyway if you are not get it to
    work, then i 'd suggest a foced update of the cpanel to the latest version and get the cpanel involved through your datacenter if that too not working for you.
     
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  6. IberHosting

    IberHosting Well-Known Member

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    Yes, WHM show all services, but cPanel only show partitions, cpu usage, etc... This appear in 3 servers with cPanel after upgrade to:

    10.8.0-"STABLE"_59
    (Thu Oct 6 14:35:52 2005)
     
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    same problem here
     
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    anyone has found solution ?
     
  10. IberHosting

    IberHosting Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    Ive opened a ticket, Panel says this is normal, here is the final ticket from cPanel:

    Stephen wrote at 2005-10-08 00:38:26 :

    Antonio,

    The end cPanel user will not have access to these features, and these are only viewable by the administrative users of the server in WHM. What you are viewing in the users cPanel is correct. I apologize for any confusion this may cause

    Regards,
    Stephen Bee
    cPanel Support
     
  11. JimboJ40

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    This is confusing... am I right the issue is infact that users can now see full stats as opposed to just load etc - Ive noticed since upgrade that all partition stats are now available to everyone. . . ???????
     
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    Why is it normal? Why would an end user even care about partition sizes? 99% of them have no idea what it means. I think the majority would rather know if there POP3, IMAP or Web Server was up and running.
     
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    Personally - I dont think its of any interest to them - agreed - so why have it in?

    I dont need users knowing how big my /backup, /usr etc is....

    TMI as they say! :p
     
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    an update please ? Anyone was able to fix the problem ?
     
  15. IberHosting

    IberHosting Well-Known Member

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    Ive installed a new server, CentOS 4.2 with cPanel Stable version...

    Why now the users can see all the info? only viewable by the admin? :rolleyes:
     
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    :D mistery :D
     
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    any updates?

    So what's the score, is the cPanel (user) service monitor display going to be changed back like it used to be again? The current display really makes no sense - my users definitely DO want to see the status of important services like httpd, pop, exim imap etc etc, and definitely NOT the server partitions. I just can't understand how this sort of change can be implemented without having at least some configuration options or something.
     
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    You'll have to ask cPanel. The last mention I've seen of it is that how it is now is how it's staying.
     
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    OK, thanks Chirpy
     
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