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CPU/Memory/MySQL Usage is empty!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Kh@lid, Nov 11, 2005.

  1. Kh@lid

    Kh@lid Member

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    Hello,

    My "CPU/Memory/MySQL Usage" is empty, even after updating Apache and cPanel.

    I have this issue for a while, how can I solve it?


    Thanks,
    Khalid
     
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  2. BoO_SuLtAn

    BoO_SuLtAn Registered

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    Hi :) ,

    Have you ever tried to force cpanel upgrade ? via root :) ?

    Any Way , These are the common commands for upgrading cpanel via root ssh :) ..

    "" Copied form my common commands list " :

    cd /scripts
    ./updatenow
    ./upcp ---force
    ./mysqlup --force
    ./exim4 --force
    ./fixeverything

    these commands will upgrade the most important services in your server ;) .

    Hope That Helps ,

    Best Regards"

    BoO_SuLtAn
     
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    ramprage Well-Known Member

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    Restart your crond service /etc/init.d/crond restart
     
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