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Error: (Curl Error) Received problem 3 in the chunky parser - code: 56

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  1. Jonjimar

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    Hello,

    I'm using the WHMCS, the api work fine for lasted version 11.24, but actually I have another server with 11.25, and I have the report of a new account created with the next error "Error: (Curl Error) Received problem 3 in the chunky parser - code: 56"...

    Someone know how to fix it????

    Thanks a lot, and sorry for my bad english...

    Jonathan J.
     
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    I too would like to hear from WHMCS and Cpanel on this subject as it has got on too longer with a fix by one of them


     
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    Error: (Curl Error) Received problem 2 in the chunky parser - code: 56

    Any response to this cpanel?? Dave someone ??
     
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    We are looking to recreate this issue presently. Would someone be able to walk us through recreation of this error?
     
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    If you are encountering this issue, please open up a ticket with us at https://tickets.cpanel.net/submit

    With this ticket please include credentials to access both the WHMCS installation and the cPanel server in question. I have had this issue reported to me about a week ago and have been unable to reproduce the problem (thus why I need access to an affected WHMCS installation).
     
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  6. ma77z

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    Just got a reply back from my hosting support. They have been speaking to WHMCS and cPanel and got this reply:

    "It appears that there are some issues with the way that cPanel handles STDERR output over non-SSL connections. It would seem that it's writing them to socket rather than the error_log."

    There is a couple of things they recommend:

    If you have access to WHM, go to Tweak Settings and untick 'Display Errors in cPanel instead of logging them to /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_log'
    (apparently cPanel is removing that option in cPanel v11.25.1)

    Also if you enable SSL access in WHMCS (Under Setup -> Servers -> Edit Server at the bottom) It should stop the error from occurring.
     
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