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Issues after latest update..

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by turbo2ltr, Oct 31, 2012.

  1. turbo2ltr

    turbo2ltr Member

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    After the update...

    The whole security token thing just simply didnt work. I enabled it when it walked me through the "changes" screen the first time I logged in, it logged me out and I re-logged in and after that I couldn't do anything. Every time I clicked on a menu item, it complained that my token wasn't valid and I'd have to type in my password. So I disabled it.

    And second, every since the update, there is a new warning in the backup log.

    I get this for every account on the server.
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    Storing ssl domain......Done
    Copying password.......[2012-10-31 04:36:42 -0700] warn [Internal Warning while parsing [stdin] 14059] Invalid user
    
    
    Done
    Copying shell.......Done
    Creating Archive ....Done
    pkgacctfile is: /backup/cpbackup/daily/xxxx
    Prior to this it used to say:
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    Storing ssl domain......Done
    Copying password.......Done
    Copying shell.......Done
    Creating Archive ....Done
    pkgacctfile is: /backup/cpbackup/daily/xxxx
    I have it set up that any log email with "error" or "warning" gets flagged, but now this backup log gets flagged every day. Why is this error showing up all of a sudden?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    You should enable it, and then logout properly, clear your cache and login again.

    This is fixed in internal case 62124 and should be pushed out soon. You should be able to safely ignore this error.
     
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