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Frontpage down, :2095 :2087 :2083 down

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Pilgrim, Jul 24, 2003.

  1. Pilgrim

    Pilgrim Active Member

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    Frontpage down

    Everything seems to be falling apart tonight.

    First customers informed me that they could not connect to the servers anymore using frontpage.
    Unlike the people in the other thread I had not updated anything.
    Running S85 but had not yet been running easyapache to upgrade apache and FP....

    After trying some possible solutions I decided to give easyapache a go on one of the servers to see if that fixed the problem.

    Now I cannot access any :xxxx urls anymore! http://name.com:2095 http://name.com:2087 http://name.com:2083 etc etc etc
    They all give me a page cannot be displayed error.

    And to top it all: FP still does not work! Not any version at all.

    So.. no FP, no controlpanels, no webmail.

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    Pilgrim Active Member

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    Dang dang dang...

    Search for 2 hours, post problem, find solutions to part of the problem 1 second later.

    /etc/rc.d/init.d/cpanel3 stop
    /etc/rc.d/init.d/cpanel3 start

    fixed the problem with the :2087 etc not working.

    Sorry 'bout that

    But still no FP. Not on any server including the one I just upgraded with easyapache.

    Help?

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    That didn't do it for me I'm afraid ):

    What did do it is use the change password option in WHM.

    After changing the pw for the account (to the exact same pw is already was) I could publish.

    Code:
    Changing password for bbshmy
    Password for bbshmy has been changed
    Attempting FP Password change
    Found service.pwd!
    Changed Frontpage Password
    Updating mysql database access...
    Done
    God help me if I have to change ALL passwords on ALL FP accounts one by one though!

    That can't be right..??

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    raventec Well-Known Member

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    Ah, IC. My problem was that frontpage publishing wouldn't work at all even after changing passwords.
    I had to do the password change in WHM for all the sites that I imported from Ensim servers. It wasn't any fun at all. I only had about 150-175 to do so I can't complain too much. Some have much more. Good luck with it.

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    Weird thing is.. I didn't import anything.
    This server has always been a cpanel server and everything has worked fine since day one.

    I'm just hoping that when I wake up tomorrow after tonights update everything is back to normal thanks to a last minute cpanel update.

    *cross fingers*

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    My server has been doing this off and on all night. Webmail, cpanel, and WHM all don't work. The only thing that has fixed it for me is rebooting the entire server. It must be a cpanel bug if there's a few of us having this problem on the same day!

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