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cPanel / WHM pages blank

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Scotty_B, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. Scotty_B

    Scotty_B Active Member

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    Hi,

    Slight problem, ran upcp earlier and now cannot access either whm or cpanel, both result in a blank page.

    This appears in the error_log when I try to access whm:
    /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/bin/whostmgr: relocation error: /usr/local/cpanel/perl/Lchown/Lchown.so: undefined symbol: Perl_Gthr_key_ptr

    And this appears when I try to access cPanel:
    Time::HiRes object version 1.87 does not match $Time::HiRes::XS_VERSION 1.94.

    Have tried upcp --force but no joy, no obvious error messages are being picked up, although earlier it was coming back with something about being unable to find /usr/local/cpanel/perl/Lchown/Lchown.so so I checked and the file never existed so I ran /scripts/perlinstaller Lchown and then copied /home/.cpan/build/Lchown-1.00/blib/arch/auto/Lchown/Lchown.so into /usr/local/cpanel/perl/Lchown/ which got rid of that problem but left the current one.

    Have done a search (well a few searches) but can't find anything useful.

    -edit, forgot to mention I'm probably running either stable or release but can't get into WHM to check, obviously.

    TIA

    Ben
     
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    Scotty_B Active Member

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    Update, edited /var/cpupdate.conf and have updated to edge, now I can access WHM but am still unable to get into cPanel, still the same error

    Time::HiRes object version 1.87 does not match $Time::HiRes::XS_VERSION 1.90.
     
  3. Scotty_B

    Scotty_B Active Member

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    Hmm, I'm pretty much stumped with this one, tried everything I can think of including updating perl etc and still no joy.

    Any suggestions?

    TA
     
  4. dimenocjason

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    same thing

    I'm having the same issue on a dedicated clients server, however I haven't heard of this issue reported by our other clients.

    his /etc/cpupdate.conf was set to use the release version (just like our other servers). This issue began for our client last Friday. Our techs have ran /scripts/upcp --force several times. I changed the config to the CURRENT release and ran /scripts/upcp --force, but this made the issue more prominent.

    The strange thing is that this blank page issue occurs inconsistently with different browsers. I was able to get the login prompt, and press cancel and see the login page when trying to view the cPanel in Internet Explorer, but I couldn't in Firefox however (only blank page). When trying to login via Internet explorer it didn't work. I changed back to the RELEASE version and started to run upcp, and the issue went away.

    Very odd. This is a tough issue.
     
  5. sunyl

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    remove the binary from /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin and run /scripts/rrdtoolinstall

    :)
     
  6. sunyl

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    hehe just remove rrdtool binary ;)
     
  7. Scotty_B

    Scotty_B Active Member

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    Old thread but I did try that and had no joy, box was getting towards the end of it's life anyway so I lived with it for a couple of months and did all maintenance etc by hand untill the server was replaced.
     
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    [O-CuK]Marci Active Member

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    Exactly same issue here - went away racing for the weekend, came back to blank cPanel. WHM works fine, cPanel, blank page. Am just running rrdtoolinstall at the mo...
     
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    [O-CuK]Marci Active Member

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    Done - and it's still exactly the same - cPanel on port 2083 blank. WHM working fine. L'il help??
     
  10. Murtaza_t

    Murtaza_t Well-Known Member

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    What does the logs at /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_logs?

    If it is versioning problem of one of the perl module then the problem lies with your binary file /usr/local/cpanel/cpanel.

    Place a ticket to cpanel about it or hire some one to fix as your binaries will need to be replaced/repaired.
     
  11. [O-CuK]Marci

    [O-CuK]Marci Active Member

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    All fixed... cheers cPanel Support!
     
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    omg i love u haha

    I think this should be implement in the next cpanel build
     
  13. cPanelNick

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    disabling statfs makes cpanel about 10% slower, so its only disabled if there is a problem.
     
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