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error "an error occurred while processing this directive"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mohit, Jan 12, 2006.

  1. mohit

    mohit Well-Known Member

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    hi,
    a forced cpanel update was carried out for some reason and since then my cpanels show

    "Disk usage [an error occurred while processing this directive]0.93 / [an error occurred while processing this directive]Unlimited MB "

    Any ideas ??

    iam also using rvskin

    see ya,
    mohit
     
  2. Izzee

    Izzee Well-Known Member

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    /scripts/upcp --force should fix it. The forums are full of this subject over the last few days.

    :)
     
  3. forlinuxsupport

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    hey

    i had the same problem.

    look at the permissions on /etc/cpbackup.conf
    chmod it to 0644 and it will now work.

    cpanel know about this bug and will fix it in the next release.

    To view those sort of errors -> tail -f /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_log
    Then load up the cpanel page with the error, it will show up in the logs :)

    Cheers
    andy
     
  4. mohit

    mohit Well-Known Member

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    thanks

    thanks andy and Izzee.

    it was indeed a permission error and changing the permission solved it.

    regards,
    prabudh
     
  5. HH-Steven

    HH-Steven Well-Known Member

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    For those still stuck with this, try :

    chmod 555 /etc/cpbackup.conf

    (my guess is this worked for you mohit)
     
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    It's already fixed and /scripts/upcp --force should fix it. There should be no need to chmod the file afterwards. Chmod 555 the file is not a great idea as you will be exposing any remote FTP passwords to all and sundry. The file should be chmod 600.
     
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