markfrompf

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Hello. As it is commonly known, there is a bug in cPanel than gives a false alarm (sends an email and red light in service status) that cpsrvd has failed on every reboot.

Our DC has given me a fix to turn off the email updates, but I insist on keeping them turned on in case it really does fail.

Several of our boxes do it and I was wondering when cPanel plans on fixing this bug. Any input?
 

chirpy

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Have you logged the issue with cPanel via your license provider and created a bugzilla entry? If not, then you need to if you want cPanel to address it as the forums are not the correct route to do this.
 

mambovince

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Is this a common issue?

I ask as I have a reseller plan somewhere, and their response was:
These results might be wrong cached on the server
Strange that it's a cached value, I have noticed this every day for last 4 days (my PC is booted everyday so can't be that), and none of the other cPanel servers I have (3 elsewhere) have a caching issue.

Thoughts?

- Vince
 

bvierra

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This is not a bug really... What happens is that chkservd is loaded before cpsrvd and because of this when it is started cpsrvd isnt started yet, so it says it isnt.... This is the intended behavior. The better question is why do you restart your server every day?
 

easyhoster1

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Or after reboot, just go to

whm>>service manager>> and click save. This will restart chkservd if it did not start up.
 
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