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DNS Clustering - port 2087 problem.

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by Biotron2000, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. Biotron2000

    Biotron2000 Active Member

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    I've tried contacting cPanel 3 times with no response (maybe the DNS-Only version is unsupported?) so I thought I'd ask here. I did search the forum many times and could not find a solution. Here's the problem:

    I installed the cPanel DNS-Only version on a clean, minimal installation of Fedora Core 2, same as my cPanel web server. I was unable to log in to WHM on port 2087, but could log in on port 2086. There is no firewall blocking the port; my cPanel web server is on the same subnet and I can log in there without issue.

    After reading some suggestions on the forums here, I removed the cPanel installation files and reinstalled 3 times. Finally, I reinstalled Fedora and cPanel DNS-Only from scratch; still no joy.

    I would like to set up clustering with my main server, but it cannot talk to the DNS-Only server on port 2087 to set up the relationship, and gives the following error message:

    There was an error while processing your request: Cpanel::Accounting returned [HTTP/1.0 900 NET OR SSL ERROR ./cgi/trustclustermaster.cgi 11396: open_tcp_connection: failed `xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx', 2087 (Connection refused) ]


    Has anyone been able to successfully resolve this issue?

    Thanks in advance,
    Patrick McNeal
     
    #1 Biotron2000, Dec 14, 2004
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  2. euselect

    euselect Well-Known Member

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    Hi there

    I have this problem too on a new install. Reinstalling doesnt work ...
    I am investigating and will let you know if i find anything useful.

    Cheers

    Neil
     
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