Just upgraded to;eperdeme said:Same problem here I get groovy, "Login disabled" due to IMAP not supporting clear text or something or other, opened a bug report because Exims totaly refusing to run anymore unless I reboot and trying the manual startup scripts doesn't seem to do much. FreeBSD + cpanel seems rather 'unstable' either got that stupid memory leak bug from upcp (which ya can fix but its a bug I shouldn't need to fix myself) or the 'stable' version of cpanel turning unstable over night.
eperdeme said:I got a guy from Cpanel on the system now looking to find the problem, I do feel sorry for calling him out on a Saturday, got to love there service tho, everytime I open a ticket theres always somebody ready to help within hours or even 10mins one time.
I agree that there are many problems, I just think that cpanel is rushing releases to catch up with the linux tree, with then the linux tree had a big jump start on Freebsd tree.eos1 said:Too many problems with FreeBSD...
From what I have seen...They are developing CentOS which is a FREE distro of Red Hat. I wish Cpanel would chim in and let us know when/why tickets, and bugs reported would/should/will be fixed?? How about it Nick? Can someone from cpanel please respond?eperdeme said:It is true the FreeBSD build is held together with paper and string, is the Linux build like this? I really, REALLY don't want to have to turn around to the boss and tell him I need to format the server and change to Linux, because I'm really not to up to date with Linux. Imapd is now fixed by replacing the binary and updating exim, but currently were only in our trial stages of cpanel still as bugs keep appearing and the boss does not trust it to be stable enough to move his company sites to, and promote it to his clients.
Im gona guess the cpanel staff for the FreeBSD build is problerly only one person who is porting it from Linux and maybe the cpanel admins don't seem to understand there like chalk and cheese Linux and Freebsd, but what I don't understand is why there expanding to other OS's like Windows, when the current supported list is not even finished, the Cpanel FreeBSD build should not be classed as completed and stable.
I really do hope they deligate more resources to the FreeBSD branch of cpanel, because the softwares excellent but the porting is poor.
Zack I think you need to read the whole thread before making off the wall comments that don't make sence. We where not talking about just one problem but many problems. Go run your post count up in a new thread!LP-Trel said:If you don't know how to use FreeBSD, use CentOS.. any decent FreeBSD administrator would have solved these problems already.
Perhaps you misunderstood..sjackson909 said:Zack I think you need to read the whole thread before making off the wall comments that don't make sence. We where not talking about just one problem but many problems. Go run your post count up in a new thread!
I don't see where I made a reference to a single problem...any decent FreeBSD administrator would have solved these problems already....
rhood said:It seems that IMAP has failed on all of our FreeBSD CPanel servers on Sunday. Tried updating to all the available builds, except EDGE, as well as restarting them, but it still fails.
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