mtbwacko

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My cPanel user control panel is not filtering the cPanel tags, so I get nothing but broken images and HTML. I have tried a forced upcp but this is not fixing the problem Screen shot attached! Anyone have any ideas??
 

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mtbwacko

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Thanks for the suggestion, but I tried that to no avail. Any other suggestions?
 

mtbwacko

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Final clue - If I enter the complete redirect URL in the browser, such as http://www.domain.com:2082/frontend/theme/index.html, everything works perfectly. But it will not redirect to the theme if I either of the following:

http://www.domain.com:2082/
http://www.domain.com:2082/cpanel

It instead redirects to a broken control panel cPanel index.html page, presumably in the /usr/local/cpanel/base/ directory.

Does anyone know what's going on here (he says as he is scratching his head in bewilderment).
 
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ujr

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if you run /usr/local/cpanel/cpsrvd

does it bind to the 2082 and other ports?

if it does simply restart your cpanel

service cpanel restart

or if not, then see what check your logs

tail -f /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_logs

and see what's happening....

you could also try a upcp or upcp --force and see if that fixes it
 

mtbwacko

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Wow, this is what I get on an endless loop.

Waiting to bind to port 2082 (Address already in use)....
Waiting to bind to port 2082 (Address already in use)....
Waiting to bind to port 2082 (Address already in use)....
Waiting to bind to port 2082 (Address already in use)....
etc.....
 

ujr

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what do your error logs say?

your output simply states something is already bound to the 2082 port... that's probably a good thing.

did you try any of the rest?
 

mtbwacko

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I tried a upcp --force earlier to no avail. Oddly enough, the error log is 0 bytes.
 

ujr

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if I were you, I'd probably ask someone more knowledgeable to look into the server.
 

mtbwacko

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This is driving me nuts, not to mention upsetting the clients who are trying to access their CP and can't. I have a ticket into cPanel support, but that might take days. I am at a loss as to why this is happening.
 
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