bluerayconcepts

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I found a bug with LogView today with the help of the CPanel folks. It seem at least in the latest log view it is not showing the login user name in the maillog files for any connection login

Jul 11 00:33:28 centos63 dovecot: imap-login: Login: user=, method=PLAIN,

CPanel support says it looks like its having an issue with data enclosed in pointy brackets (<>).

Any idea how to get in touch with the log view folks. I have tried in the past with no response so I thought I would bring it here.

Not sure if its intended to be that way for security purposes or not but I vaguely remember it not doing this a few versions back.
 

abobre

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Error updating LogView

I have installed hundreds LogView LogView - cPanel add-on - LogView in 5.9.X and I update the plugin, however it has tripled in the system, I tried to uninstall the plugin and he's only 2 uninstalled plugins LogView, leaving a plugin LogView consido not uninstall this plugin at all. Can you help me?
 

Infopro

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Re: Error updating LogView

No. But I do have an email out to the author of the script concerning this exact topic. I uninstalled it a couple times, reinstalled it and only have two listings for it now. I'm still using it and ignoring the issue waiting on him to release an update to sort this all out for us.


HTH!
 

xisn

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Re: Error updating LogView

Still working on this, not sure why it shows twice though.. really strange... 4 out of 5 installs show only once.

Please try the following commands:

Code:
# /usr/local/cpanel/bin/show_appconfig
Does LogView show twice?

If it does not, run the following commands:
Code:
# rm -fv /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/addon_lview.cgi
# rm -rfv /etc/logview*
If the above does show twice:

Code:
# rm -fv /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/addon_lview.cgi
# /usr/local/cpanel/bin/unregister_appconfig /var/cpanel/apps/lview.conf
# rm -fv /var/cpanel/apps/lview.conf
# rm -rfv /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/logview
# /usr/local/cpanel/bin/update_appconfig_apps
This should clean LogView from your server and allow a clean install
 

Infopro

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Re: Error updating LogView

Greetings.
Does LogView show twice?
Yes. Also, in AppConfig (WHM » Development » Apps Managed by AppConfig). Under the Origin column there, these are the only differences, one is lview.conf the other is LogView.conf

This should clean LogView from your server and allow a clean install
End result is the same. Two instances of Logview are showing under Plugins, both links work. Also the lview.conf and LogView.conf can be found listed under the Origin column in AppConfig.
 

Infopro

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Re: Error updating LogView

Cleaned out all traces of logview. Fresh install, I'm still seeing two.

Inside /var/cpanel/apps/

LogView.conf 596 21-Jul-2013 16:46:18
lview.conf 596 21-Jul-2013 16:46:17

Note the date on these identical files. The installer is broken I guess.
 

xisn

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Re: Error updating LogView

Updated... can you give this one a shot? Make sure to uninstall using the above steps..

Thanks a ton for the help in advance!
 

si77hay

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Re: Error updating LogView

If the above does show twice:

Code:
# rm -fv /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/addon_lview.cgi
# /usr/local/cpanel/bin/unregister_appconfig /var/cpanel/apps/lview.conf
# rm -fv /var/cpanel/apps/lview.conf
# rm -rfv /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/logview
# /usr/local/cpanel/bin/update_appconfig_apps
This should clean LogView from your server and allow a clean install[/QUOTE]

That worked for me! Thanks
 

xisn

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LogView - Domain Expired

Sorry guys... I keep forgetting to renew this domain for some reason... I did get quite a few emails so I moved the files here for now...

http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-current.tar.gz
http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-install
http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-uninstall
http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-upgrade.sh

I will get the domain fixed and registered again soon.
 

sawbuck

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Re: Error updating LogView

Appear to be 2 typos in the install script:

MIRROR="http://http://www.bitshout.com/logview/"

logviewUrlFile="http://http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-current.tar.gz"

Otherwise runs and installs okay.
 

SigmaWeb

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Re: Error updating LogView

Appear to be 2 typos in the install script:

MIRROR="http://http://www.bitshout.com/logview/"

logviewUrlFile="http://http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-current.tar.gz"

Otherwise runs and installs okay.
It's OK, all you need to do is to correct line 9 and remove the double http:// , from
Code:
logviewUrlFile="http://http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-current.tar.gz"
to
Code:
logviewUrlFile="http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-current.tar.gz"
 

theguyz

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Re: Error updating LogView

Thank you everyone for the information!

I was unable to run logview after installing it from https://www.xisn.com/logview/logview-install

I received errors like these:
Code:
No response from subprocess (/usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/addon_lview.cgi): The subprocess exited with status 2 (ENOENT).

No response from subprocess (/usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/addon_lview.cgi): The subprocess exited with status 255

So I uninstalled it like this:
Code:
rm -fv /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/addon_lview.cgi
rm -rfv /etc/lview*
And then installed it like this:
Code:
wget http://www.bitshout.com/logview/logview-install
chmod +x logview-install
Then edited lines 7 and 9 to remove the duplicate "http://", and finally installed it:
Code:
vi logview-install
./logview-install
And it works!