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Lost internet connection during cpanel install on centos 6.5 _x64

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mangoose, Aug 16, 2014.

  1. Mangoose

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    Hi, this topic has been posted before in 2012 however my initial question is different.

    I lost my internet connection during cPanel installation on CentOS 6.5 and I want to know what the status of my installation is.

    I read that you can do that by the following command line instruction:

    Code:
     # /var/log/cpanel-install.log
    However when I enter that command line in a SSH session with Putty it returns the following:

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    Should I attempt a re-install with "sh latest" ?

    What do you recommend I do?
    Thank you in advance...
     
  2. Mangoose

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    a few hours later... I found this thread

    Suggested is that I use the command "cat"

    Code:
    cat /var/log/cpanel-install.log
    Unfortunate for me, my log says (see below)

    Code:
    # All files have been update.
    # Removing staged files and directories for binaries/linux_x86_x64, cpanel
    # Removing staged files and directories for x3
    # Removing staged files and directories for x3mail
    => Log closed Sun Aug 17 11:02:23 2014
    But that's it. I still do not know if the install was succesful.
     
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    Hello,

    If your log said that cpanel install successfully then try to perform upcp on your server using command /scripts/upcp

    Please review the upcp log. It's perform properly or not on server.

    For future, please use "screen" command option to install anything on sever. Using screen you can hide you installation or process. And it will be continue if you loss you internet connection or any local issue to connect the server and it's very safety also.
     
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