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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by phpcoder1, Nov 5, 2005.

  1. phpcoder1

    phpcoder1 Member

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    I was busy doing an Apache Update, upgrading PHP 4.4.1, when I suddenly noticed that I had errors. I filed a bug report, and someone said that my /tmp is corrupt. Management upgraded PHP for me later. At first, my server admin said /tmp was okay but now it's not. I had a backup of httpd.conf so I put it on not realizing that it had 100+ accounts on the old one I removed. Now everything is screwed up. (Try here-> http://www.remixhost.com)

    How can I reverse the damage?!
     
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  2. bigpy2003

    bigpy2003 Well-Known Member

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    i think the solution may be to repair your RPM database (if you have one on your distro)...that's what fixed it for me...as i stated in my other post.
     
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