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I upgraded WHM and now my images take longer to load

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lexmark, Jan 27, 2004.

  1. lexmark

    lexmark Well-Known Member

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    Hello, is there a way to fix this? I upgraded WHM and now the images on my site take a lot longer to load.
     
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    ciphervendor Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like a load issue not a cPanel related issue. Since Apache is indp. of the control panel.

    Try restarting Apache: service httpd restart

    Or simply reboot your machine if you don't know how to nav the command line.
     
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    lexmark Well-Known Member

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    Really that's the solution?
     
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    ciphervendor Well-Known Member

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    Well images loading on your site(s) has nothing to do with cPanel.
     
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    Darnit I rebooted my server now some of the images in my forums cannot be displayed they are red X's
     
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    My images are permissioned to 000 and it wont allow me to change it that is why they are not displaying
     
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    Here is the error I get when viewing the imagse folder via SSH

    /bin/ls: folder_sticky_new.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: folder_new_hot.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: vote_lcap.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: folder_new_big.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: folder_lock_new.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_mini_profile.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_mini_groups.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: ordernow.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_newest_reply.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: folder.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: cellpic.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: topic_delete.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_mini_login.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: mysql.png: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: folder_announce_new.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: topic_split.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: msg_savebox.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: folder_announce.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_delete.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_mini_register.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: voting_bar.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: spacer.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: folder_lock.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: funender.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_mini_calendar.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_mini_statistics.png: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: icon_mini_album.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: paypalverified.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: wfstp-configured-sites.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: wsftp-host-name.gif: Input/output error
    /bin/ls: wsftp-login-information.gif: Input/output error
     
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    ciphervendor Well-Known Member

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    One of two things most likely:

    Your box has been hacked and they've replaced ls. Check the binaries md5 as well as check to see if the attributes are changed on it as well.

    Or, one of your disks is failing.
     
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    Check the binaries md5 as well as check to see if the attributes are changed on it as well.

    Sorry how do I do that?
     
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    All of these problems started with the WHM upgrade, image lag, and now this. Man I am mad
     
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