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error in logwatch

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pacificw, Aug 20, 2008.

  1. pacificw

    pacificw Well-Known Member

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    the last couple of mornings my logwatch report has some strange cpanel errors. i'm wondering what might be going on. what does the error(s) mean? is it doing any harm to accounts already on the box or that were setup since it started? i recall after checking my logwatch reports that it just started happening when i did my last update. when i update, i usually will update everything. check the kernel, server software, script software, apache and cpanel. i'm also wondering what is the best order to do the updates. btw, I have it set to update to stable.

    any help to get this fixed is appreciated.
     
  2. cPanelKenneth

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    Those are not errors.

    The entries correspond to activities performed in cPanel that require elevated access in order to fulfill.
     
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    pacificw Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Kenneth for the reply, but what do you mean by 'needs elevated permission' to be performed? I'm a bit lost on what you mean. I have root on the box. Is there something I need to do or change?

    TIA
     
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    terminated without error is a good thing.

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    These are activities performed by end users via the cPanel interface, hence the reason all the entries reference binaries in /usr/local/cpanel/bin.
     
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