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how to stop UPCP updating my MRTG install

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 10101, Dec 16, 2004.

  1. 10101

    10101 Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    I have installed MRTG successfully on my centos server and find it invaluble, the only problem is that every night when UPCP runs cpanel things its doing me a favour and updates MRTG.

    This would be great if it didnt break it, how can I stop cpanel updating mrtg? :confused:

    thanks,
     
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    what does an upcp do to your mrtg ? can u be more clear on the issue; the errors that it flags.. etc.. etc ..
     
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    It doesnt flag any errors in the UPCP email it sends, its when the "Rpm Upgrader" runs:

     
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    since the cpanel update comes from the website; there is nothing much u can do to stop updating this. moreover there is no reason y mrtg shld cease to perform because of the update. in any case the latest stable version of C-panel is buggy and i suggest you to switch to some other version and try it.

    else u will need to switch the cp update to manual install the mrtg and keep it so until the whole issue is reviewed by the cpanel and a better release be put up.
     
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    Yeah ive done that now, there must be a way to whitelist the mrtg rpm tho?
     
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