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Logging in to cpanel very slow

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pulsher, May 11, 2005.

  1. pulsher

    pulsher Member

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    Hello,

    After having some trouble with my server yesterday (nothing worked except for SSH) I rebooted my server and everything seemed to be working fine again. But then I tried to get into cpanel and it took 45 seconds before the first page showed up after logging in - the rest was very fast like always, so it's only the logging in. A few clients have reported having the same problems. WHM and my sites are very fast, just the logging in to cpanel is slow.

    Does anyone know what could cause this / how I can fix it?

    Thank you,

    Thomas Bakker
    Pulsher Productions
     
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    pshepperd Well-Known Member

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    Have you checked your process(s), made sure memory and cpu usage is low? What about bandwidth?
     
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    Everything else is as fast as it can be, WHM, Apache itself, so I don't think that could be it?
     
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    Checked processes when loading it, and I found only these two processes running for the user that's logging in:

     
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    Apparently cPanel nightly updates introduced a bug last night. Even with manual updates checked off. Anyways, you'll need to /scripts/upcp and restart apache. This worked for me.
     
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    I'm experiencing the same problem for the last day or two. I ran the update script and restarted apache but it made no difference. Does anyone have any ideas where to go from here?
     
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    Try doing a search on the forum, there are remedies that have been suggested before. Try cpanel slow login
     
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    Seems to be resolved now - at a small price. I am assuming an auto update was performed, as the login is real fast now but all the dns entries in named.conf got wiped out with what appears to be a bind upgrade.
     
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