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EXPERIMENTAL: Jailshell Virtual Hosts using mod_ruid2

Discussion in 'Security' started by Nirjonadda, Apr 22, 2015.

  1. Nirjonadda

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    After enabled EXPERIMENTAL: Jailshell Virtual Hosts using mod_ruid2, No more showing the server load display in the AdminCP. Please let me know, How to fix on this issue?

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    Could you elaborate on which control panel interface the load is no longer appearing in?

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    vBulletin admin control panel.
     
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    vBulletin admin control panel Server load are not show, If Manage Shell Access set to Jailed Shell
     
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    It's likely a better idea to consult with Vbulletin's support team to determine which logs you can check for specific errors or the full requirements for that feature. Or, try reviewing /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log or the error_log file in the directory vbulletin is installed for more information about what is preventing that information from loading.

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