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Forced mysql Restart

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Networkologist, Apr 7, 2003.

  1. Networkologist

    Networkologist Well-Known Member

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    Seven e-mails so far.

    What's a newbie to do?


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    I have the same prob here :confused:

    Any ideas how to fix this?
     
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    I have this problem too... I'm also beginning to think DarkORB don't reply to my support tickets until I post a followup. I don't want to make posting 2 support tickets each time a 'habit' but what am I to do when some of my tickets go unanswered for 7 days? :(

    I'm running MySQL 3.23, FreeBSD and CPanel 6.2 RELEASE, its worked perfectly until last night.

    Service monitor keeps thinking mysql is down when its not, mysql is working just fine.
     
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    my does the same thing, i'm begining to think is has something to do with the time change, but i don't know anything about mysql
     
  5. sara

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    maybe this........

    We have this happening on one server too, but it is being done by a third party script, not by cpanel/darkorb. i.e. a script written and installed by the facility that hosts our server.

    Have look in your /var/log/cron for /admin/servicecheck running every four mintues. This is what appears to do the forced mysql restart on our server (servicecheck runs a bunch of server check scripts located in another directory).
     
  6. Networkologist

    Networkologist Well-Known Member

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    I see it

    Apr 8 10:16:01 secure CROND[22305]: (root) CMD (/admin/servicecheck >/dev/null 2>&1)

    I receive the e-mails every 49 minutes or so.

    What to do?
     
  7. Networkologist

    Networkologist Well-Known Member

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    Thanks thaphantom.

    Tried it and will wait anopther 49 minutes...tick, tock...
     
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    Networkologist Well-Known Member

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    ehhh. No luck. Same Old

    Forced mysql Restart on secure.xxdomain.com
     
  9. sara

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    run the following

    /admin/upscripts ; /admin/interserpatches
     
  10. Networkologist

    Networkologist Well-Known Member

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    Who is this Masked Lady?

    sara, thank you!

    I'm confused tho :confused:

    Why do these scripts access trouble-free.net? They no longer provide my license!
     
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