How to customize the Servicestatus page ?

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Hello

I wish to customize the Servicestatus Cpanel page : for example I wish to remove/hide disk partition details . Where is located the html file which generate the Servicestatus page on Cpanel (I cannot find it on my server ) .

thank you
 

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As I know it is html [b:ebcc45ea63]generated[/b:ebcc45ea63] by CPanel cgi scripts - you cannot change it :(
But I want to change it too :)
 

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[quote:f8b7ba70e1][i:f8b7ba70e1]Originally posted by Juanra[/i:f8b7ba70e1]

What would happen if one changed df name to something else (not a suggestion, just a question).[/quote:f8b7ba70e1]
df? What is it? ;)
 

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[quote:4a07a5f5a4][i:4a07a5f5a4]Originally posted by sav[/i:4a07a5f5a4]

As I know it is html [b:4a07a5f5a4]generated[/b:4a07a5f5a4] by CPanel cgi scripts - you cannot change it :(
But I want to change it too :)[/quote:4a07a5f5a4]

ok , but where are located these cgi scripts ? They seems generated by a C binary script instead :( .
 

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Easy. Write a PHP script that grabs the output from the servicestatus() function, then filter it and print the results.

Sample code:

&?php
// Swedish translation of returned values
$table = &&cpanel Serverinfo=&servicestatus()&&&;
$table = str_replace (&Memory Used&, &Använt minne&, $table );
$table = str_replace (&Server Load&, &Serverbelastning&, $table );
$table = str_replace (&Swap&, &Växlingsminne (swap)&, $table );
$table = str_replace (&mysql&, &MySQL&, $table );
$disks ='';
$info = '';

preg_match_all('|&tr.*tr&|U', $table, $match);

foreach ($match[0] as $line)
{
// Put disks in a separate table
if (strpos($line, 'Disk'))
{
$disks.=$line;
}
else
{
$info.= $line;
}
}
?&
&cpanel setvar=&headerimg=images/home.gif&&
&cpanel include=&stdheader.html&&
&br&

&table align=center border=1 class=tdshade2 cellpadding=9&
&tr&
&td valign=top&
&h2&Serverstatus&/h2&
&table align=center border=1 class=tdshade2&
&?php echo $info; ?&
&/table&
&/td&

&td valign=top&
&h2&Diskstatus&/h2&
&table align=center border=1 class=tdshade2&
&?php echo $disks; ?&
&/table&
&/td&
&/tr&
&/table&

&br&&br&
&cpanel include=&stdfooter.html&&
 

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Uh... , good idea , thank you :) !!

Just another question . I am having a lot of problem using php and cpanel tag at the same time . Have you tried to insert some php code to control what clients enter on web forms ?

I tried but I was not able to make it work .

For example now I am working on a php script which control what is entered on &Update Email contact& web form .

I written php code to check validity of email entered . If the email is ok I entered this include

include &saveemail.html?$email&;

but the cpanel tag on saveemail.html is not able to get the
$email value sent from php script.

If you have any idea I can post you in private full check script .

Bye
 

qualitum

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Try to redirect your PHP script to the HTML file instead of including it. And use &saveemail.html?email=$email&. You need a variable name AND a value. Your code just passes the value.

HTH.
 

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[quote:b244dce9a1][i:b244dce9a1]Originally posted by qualitum[/i:b244dce9a1]

Try to redirect your PHP script to the HTML file instead of including it. And use &saveemail.html?email=$email&. You need a variable name AND a value. Your code just passes the value.

HTH.[/quote:b244dce9a1]

I receive this error

Warning: Failed opening '/usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/test/contact/[email protected]' for inclusion (include_path='/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/lib/php/')



I explain better , I have this php script , check.php


&?php

if (!ereg ('^([a-zA-Z0-9\-\_]+\.)*[a-zA-Z0-9\-\_]+\@(\[([0-9]{1,3}\.){3,3}[0-9]{1,3}\]|([a-zA-Z0-9\-]+\.)+[a-zA-Z]{2,4})$', ($email)) || strlen ($email) &100 ) {
$bad4 = &Please verify email&br&&;
}
else $bad4=&&;

if ($bad4!=&&)

{
include &/usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/test/contact/up_email_error.php&;
}

else

{
include &/usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/test/contact/saveemail.html?email=$email&;
}
?&


If I insert a wrong email for example

http://www.mydomain.com:2082/frontend/test/contact/check.php?email=dflòksdfòksadfò

it opens up_email_error.php indicating me the error , and it's ok .


If I insert a good email
http://www.mydomain.com:2082/frontend/test/contact/[email protected]

I receive this error

Warning: Failed opening '/usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/test/contact/[email protected]' for inclusion (include_path='/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/lib/php/')

I tried to use

include &/usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/test/contact/saveemail.html?email=$email&;

and

include &/usr/local/cpanel/base/frontend/test/contact/saveemail.html?$email&;

but it doesn't work .

I have this problem only inside cpanel , because I use this kind of script very often without problems .
Do you (or anyone) have any idea ?

Thank you
 

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With &include& you're including a piece of code to execute it, not opening a new page. To open a new page you would normally do something like this:

header(&Location: /test/contact/saveemail.html?email=$email&);
or
virtual(&/test/contact/saveemail.html?email=$email&);

but those don't work from CPanel, so I think the only thing you can do (especially if you are to use the CPanel API) is to generate the output from the PHP script itself:

if ($wrongmail) {
echo(&&p&Sorry, the e-mail address you entered seems to be invalid&/p&\n&);
} else {
print &&cpanel CustInfo=&saveemail($FORM{'email'})&&\n&;
echo(&&h1&Thank you, your contact e-mail is now &.$email.&&/h1&&);
}

Since CPanel tags are parsed first and then the resulting PHP code is executed, you can't just include another script if it contains calls to the CPanel API, and you can't use PHP variable values as CPanel function arguments.

At least, that's my experience :)
 

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[quote:b3ac489881][i:b3ac489881]Originally posted by Juanra[/i:b3ac489881]

With &include& you're including a piece of code to execute it, not opening a new page. To open a new page you would normally do something like this:

header(&Location: /test/contact/saveemail.html?email=$email&);
or
virtual(&/test/contact/saveemail.html?email=$email&);

but those don't work from CPanel, so I think the only thing you can do (especially if you are to use the CPanel API) is to generate the output from the PHP script itself:

if ($wrongmail) {
echo(&&p&Sorry, the e-mail address you entered seems to be invalid&/p&\n&);
} else {
print &&cpanel CustInfo=&saveemail($FORM{'email'})&&\n&;
echo(&&h1&Thank you, your contact e-mail is now &.$email.&&/h1&&);
}

Since CPanel tags are parsed first and then the resulting PHP code is executed, you can't just include another script if it contains calls to the CPanel API, and you can't use PHP variable values as CPanel function arguments.

At least, that's my experience :)[/quote:b3ac489881]

Hello

thank you but header doesn't work (under cpanel) and your 2th solution doesn't work too because cpanel tags doesn't work inside php code (I tried it a lot of times) . The problems with include and header seems to be or is a problem with php cpanel configuration . The problem has been found by Qualitum
http://216.118.116.105/read.php?TID=5297#23017
Bugzilla. Bug# 927.

Thank you!


[ To solve temporanealy I used this
echo &&meta http-equiv=\&REFRESH\& content=1;URL=http://www.$domain:2082/frontend/test/contact/saveemail.html?email=$email&&;

(after passing domain hidden value on web form using the domain cpanel tag) . ]
 

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I found 4 php.ini on my server

On
/usr/local/lib/php.ini

include path is empty .....

on
/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/etc/php.ini

include_path = &/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/lib/php/&; )


on
/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/lib/php.ini
include path is empty

on
/etc/php.ini
include_path =&.:/php/includes:/usr/share/php&





perhaps the include path of /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/etc/php.ini
is wrong ?
 

qualitum

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Well, I have verified a few things:

1. Header.... you are right. Smells like a bug to me. Looks like Cpanel sent some output before the script runs. I don't know if that has been reported. Shall I do that?

2. &cpanel include=&something.php&& doesn't really work. The file is included, and CPanel tags may have been parsed (didn't check). The included file is NOT executed as PHP. Didn't expect it to either.

3. Cpanel tags in PHP _do_ work:
&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=&DOMAIN&&&;
echo $domain;
?&
This prints my domain name. You must have done something wrong ;)
 

qualitum

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[quote:11d27e2f83][i:11d27e2f83]Originally posted by Radio_Head[/i:11d27e2f83]

I found 4 php.ini on my server

On
/usr/local/lib/php.ini

include path is empty .....
[/quote:11d27e2f83]
If I'm not mistaken, this is the one used by &normal& PHP scripts, the Apache PHP module.

[quote:11d27e2f83]
on
/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/etc/php.ini

include_path = &/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/lib/php/&; )
[/quote:11d27e2f83]
This is the one that prevents a normal include statement in a theme.

[quote:11d27e2f83]
on
/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/lib/php.ini
include path is empty

on
/etc/php.ini
include_path =&.:/php/includes:/usr/share/php&

perhaps the include path of /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/etc/php.ini
is wrong ?[/quote:11d27e2f83]
Correct.
 

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[quote:e693260cb8][i:e693260cb8]Originally posted by qualitum[/i:e693260cb8]

Well, I have verified a few things:

1. Header.... you are right. Smells like a bug to me. Looks like Cpanel sent some output before the script runs. I don't know if that has been reported. Shall I do that?

2. &cpanel include=&something.php&& doesn't really work. The file is included, and CPanel tags may have been parsed (didn't check). The included file is NOT executed as PHP. Didn't expect it to either.

3. Cpanel tags in PHP _do_ work:
&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=&DOMAIN&&&;
echo $domain;
?&
This prints my domain name. You must have done something wrong ;)
[/quote:e693260cb8]


Are you sure this code

&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=&DOMAIN&&&;
echo $domain;
?&

works fine inside your Cpanel skin ?

I receive this error

Parse error: parse error in /tmp/cpanel.host.1034956174.13338 on line 7

I tried this too

&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=\&DOMAIN\&&&;
echo $domain;
?&

but it doesn't work ..

Are you sure ?

Thank you
 

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[quote:f34aa27e69][i:f34aa27e69]Originally posted by Radio_Head[/i:f34aa27e69]
I tried this too

&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=\&DOMAIN\&&&;
echo $domain;
?&

but it doesn't work ..
[/quote:f34aa27e69]

Try this:
&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=&DOMAIN&&&;
echo $domain;
?&
 

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[quote:3733a9f29b][i:3733a9f29b]Originally posted by Juanra[/i:3733a9f29b]

[quote:3733a9f29b][i:3733a9f29b]Originally posted by Radio_Head[/i:3733a9f29b]
I tried this too

&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=\&DOMAIN\&&&;
echo $domain;
?&

but it doesn't work ..
[/quote:3733a9f29b]

Try this:
&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=&DOMAIN&&&;
echo $domain;
?&
[/quote:3733a9f29b]

Ok now it works fine (!).
 

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[quote:f743b791bb][i:f743b791bb]Originally posted by Radio_Head[/i:f743b791bb]

Are you sure this code

&?php
$domain = &&cpanel print=&DOMAIN&&&;
echo $domain;
?&

works fine inside your Cpanel skin ?
[/quote:f743b791bb]
LOL!! Actually it does work in my theme! But that sure is a typo!
CPanel version =5.0.0-STABLE Build 237
 

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Thank you very much for the customized status page, qualitum!

Is it possible to switch a red icon with a green one? My server has 2 CPUs and therefore can handle more than a load of 1. I think it will perform well until 3 or 4.