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List parked domain /Click on a PID to View More Information

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rpmws, Mar 16, 2002.

  1. rpmws

    rpmws Well-Known Member

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    list parks,!!!!
    Click on a PID to View More Information about a process.

    This has to be about the most awesome damn control panel ever made now!!!!!!!!! My god the boy just keeps churning out new improvements.!!! day after day ..like he has a fire under his ass!!!! WOW man!!!!!!

    Now all we need a a list of icons included in each package and have cpanel only display the ones listed in that plan. My only problem now. :) Nick you are doing great man!
     
  2. Annette

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    Note about listing parked domains: we are finding that the listing is generating incorrect data with regard to parked/master domains. The list is showing a lot of domains parked against various master domains even when a) those parked domains do not belong to that master and b) the master doesn't even have any parked domains, period. We've warned our resellers to leave it alone - and especially leave the config mail function alone - until this is addressed.
     
  3. rpmws

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    all of mine seem to be alright ..so far :) I have about 300 parked on about 200 main domains. So far they all look ok for us. I will check some more now. Thanks for the warning.
     
  4. bdraco

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    [quote:2033a3fcfc][i:2033a3fcfc]Originally posted by Annette[/i:2033a3fcfc]

    Note about listing parked domains: we are finding that the listing is generating incorrect data with regard to parked/master domains. The list is showing a lot of domains parked against various master domains even when a) those parked domains do not belong to that master and b) the master doesn't even have any parked domains, period. We've warned our resellers to leave it alone - and especially leave the config mail function alone - until this is addressed.[/quote:2033a3fcfc]
    Annette, can you compare it against the Server Alias lines in your httpd.conf ?
     
  5. Annette

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    Yes, that was one of the first things we did. There are parked domains listed against masters when there is no relation whatsoever between them - in fact, I've run across some of our resellers' additional domain names (i.e., the .net version of their name, which is parked against their .com) showing up in the list against master accounts that are sometimes the resold accounts of other resellers. In other cases, we have real accounts (i.e., some of our own regular accounts, non-resold, non-parked/pointing) showing up in a reseller's list parked domains against some of their resold domains. In none of these cases is there a rogue ServerAlias entry that would direct these domains to a master to which it does not belong - and in the cases where there are full domains listed against a master, no reason for it to list those as parked/pointed domains at all.
     
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    I'm one of Annette's little resellers ... :)

    When I use this option, it shows me all kinds of domains that are not even associated with my resold accounts. And, in those rare cases where a parked domain is listed correctly, the &Add Mail Config to user's cPanel& link does NOT work. I get this error message:
    [b:c688beee90]Access Denied to [i:c688beee90]user[/i:c688beee90]'s account[/b:c688beee90]

    I'm wondering if in general these new features work okay for server admins, but not for resellers. It's just a guess.
     
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