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how to force upcp (in i386 mode)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pizzaman, May 6, 2006.

  1. pizzaman

    pizzaman Well-Known Member
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    Hi,

    My virtuozzo vps is based on FC2 but is inside an x86_64 hardware. The vps os is i386, but since the real kernel is x86_84, so "upcp" would go for x86_64 version of everything. is there anyway to force "upcp" to retrieve i386 version of cPanel?

    Thanks
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    That's a rather odd setup. You'll probably need to log that with cPanel and ask them.
     
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    Yes, I did that like 10 hours ago and still waiting.

    This vps was migrated from the older virtuozzo 2.6.2 (with 2.4 kernel).
    It initially works for couple months until I manuall ran "upcp" last night.

    All this has been temporarily fixed by rsyncing /usr/local/cpanel/? (some dirs)
    from another working i386 box, as well as hardwire courierup (it had the same problem too)
    to retrieve i386 version only, and then it just works. But I'm 100% sure this will
    break at the next upcp, so upcp was disabled until cPanel support can show
    me the way.
     
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