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cpsrvd failing & refuses to start [merged]

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by krathni, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. krathni

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    This has been happening since yesterday & no change has been made. When I ran /usr/local/cpanel/cpsrvd restart I get

    Compress::Zlib object version 1.34 does not match $Compress::Zlib::VERSION 1.33.

    I am running 10.1.0-Release_78

    Tried ./upcp --force but still having same problem.

    Any idea on how to fix this. Due to cpsrvd failing my cpanel, whm, webmail & everthing which depends on cpanel is down.

    Appreciate any help in fixing this.


    Thanks
     
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    cpanel after upgrade down.. :/

    cpanel after upgrade down...
    when i try to start cpanel i've get:
    "Compress::Zlib object version 1.34 does not match $Compress::Zlib::VERSION 1.33."
    :mad:
    all rest services (httpd, mysql, pop3, bind) working fine..
    please help me ...
     
  3. korneldz

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    I have the same problem !! please help us!!
    After upgrade'ing to relase 78 cpanel were down.. :mad: :mad: :eek:
     
  4. hanny

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    same here :mad:
     
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    Looks like the result of an incomplete upgrade. Please run "/scripts/upcp --force" from the command line as root. That should resolve this issue.

    Thanks
     
  7. krathni

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    Did you try the upcp command?
     
  9. krathni

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    Yes I did. Both WHM & cpanel up & running. But I get "an error occurred while processing this directive" when I login to cpanel.
     
  10. hanny

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    Change cpanel to stable release. Do this:

    # vi /etc/cpupdate.conf

    If the line isn't there, add it:

    CPANEL=stable

    then

    # /scripts/upcp --force
     
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    I had the exact same issue.

    What worked for me was doing the forced update a couple times.

    After 2 times it finally "took"
     
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    If this happens it means your update terminated in the middle of the update.

    Check /var/log/cpupdate.log to find out what happened.
     
  14. Michael-MS

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    I also had to run update twice.. but it fixed it too! :)

    Michael
     
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