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Have a problem with backup script

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hrockvn, Nov 28, 2007.

  1. hrockvn

    hrockvn Member

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    I've a server in The Planet with WHM & cPanel.
    Now, we have a problem with backup job. At the time of backup script begin, I received a email with content:
    Some minutes after, another email sent to me:
    Who can hel me to enable backu funtion?
    Thanks
     
  2. hrockvn

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    When I access to WHM and open ConfigServer Security & Firewall, then Run Check Server Security . This is result:

    Server Check
    Check /tmp is mounted noexec,nosuid: ..... WARNING ..../tmp isn't mounted with the noexec,nosuid options (currently: noexec). You should consider adding a mountpoint into /etc/fstab for /tmp with those options

    Check /var/tmp is mounted noexec,nosuid: ...WARNING... /var/tmp isn't mounted with the noexec,nosuid options (currently: noexec). You should consider adding a mountpoint into /etc/fstab for /var/tmp with those options

    Check /dev/shm is mounted noexec,nosuid: ...WARNING... /dev/shm isn't mounted with the noexec,nosuid options (currently: none). You should consider adding a mountpoint into /etc/fstab for /dev/shm with those options

    How to change these settings for my server?
     
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    ttremain Well-Known Member

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    You have multiple problems here...

    First you told WHM to mount /cpbackup before processing backups. You do not appear to have a volume called /cpbackup.

    The second message refers to HOW several of your mounts are setup. These can be modified in your /etc/fstab file, but proceed with caution, if you make a mistake, your server may not reboot correctly.
     
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