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Does cPanel or WHM Use modprobe?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by grayloon, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. grayloon

    grayloon Well-Known Member

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    I keep getting tons of these errors in my CentOS 5 /var/log/messages file:
    This is on a Rackspace CloudServer with 4GB RAM/160GB HD.
     
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    modprobe manipulates kernel modules

    modprobe is used to load and unload kernel modules, which is an operating system-level issue. cPanel does not do anything involving loading or unloading kernel modules. The modprobe man page provides a more complete description of what it does:

    modprobe(8): add/remove modules from Kernel - Linux man page

    In this case, modprobe is complaining that it cannot load a component of "2.6.32.12-rscloud". Based on the filename, and the fact that you have a RackSpace CloudServer, I recommend asking RackSpace for assistance with this.
     
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