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issue with glibc

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by platinum, Aug 15, 2006.

  1. platinum

    platinum Active Member

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    Just out of the blue - we found an issue with apache not serving out php pages. I couldn't find anything unusual, but tried a forced cpanel update, and also tried recompiling a newer version of PHP.

    easyapache is returning this error:

    This server has been working find for over 10 months, kind of weird this happened just now.
    Does this mean glibc is probably corrupted and I should look into a total reinstall, or is it recoverable?

    Thanks.
     
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    Yep - I did a fairly comprehensive search before I posted this thread - thanks. Those threads aren't really of any specific help, both seem to use yum rather than up2date as well.
     
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    Sometimes when up2date is not working for example when the satellite servers are down (happens daily if you are at ThePlanet, ev1 etc), you would get that message.

    Try up2date -l

    What message did you get ?
     
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    remove /var/cpanel/useup2date and
    create this file /var/cpanel/useyum

    => touch /var/cpanel/useyum
     
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