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"list accounts" does not show any sites

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by clbrack1, Dec 12, 2006.

  1. clbrack1

    clbrack1 Active Member

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    Early this morn, after installing Chirpy's firewall (had previously installed successfully 6 or 7 times so it is not a problem with Chirpy's firewall but was a pre-existing problem that had not yet reared it's ugly head!), apache started acting up and then shut down.

    Here are the specifics

    first suexec dissappeared (yes, just wasn't there)
    then couldn't "list accounts" in WHM
    then also couldn't see sites on internet (not from either www.yourdomain.com or http://ipaddress/~username)
    WHM and cpanel then went away

    So after the initial panic wore off I started the usual forum searches and have done:

    /scripts/upcp force
    reinstalled cpanel after the above didn't do anything
    recompiled apache with susexec

    after that I got back WHM but could not list accounts

    accounts are still in /home
    backups are still in /backup

    if I try to restore a backup I get a "user already exists" error and the backup wont restore.

    I could deleted all the accounts (the accounts list fine in 'terminate multiple accounts") but there are several hundred and the delete/restore process would take days. I can do this if necessary but think there is probably a better way.

    I do have a ticket in w/Cpanel but thought some of the pro jocks could offer advice.

    Chris
     
  2. monoblue

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    Try with /scrpts/updateuserdomain it should work and the list of accounts will show in your whm ;)
     
  3. clbrack1

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    Thanks,

    but already tried that and it didn't work.

    Chris
     
  4. monoblue

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    Can you see anything in httpd.conf ? If there is nothing, find httpd.old or something like that, it is next to that file and just copy entrys there.
     
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