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LVE Manager Edit Default Settings Screen Blank

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by mikelegg, May 4, 2011.

  1. mikelegg

    mikelegg Well-Known Member

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    I've just installed a trial version of CloudLinux as well as the cpanel-lve, cpanel-lvemanager and lve-cpanel-plugin packages as per these instructions -> New page

    When I go to WHM >> LVE Manager >> Edit Default Settings the screen is blank.

    The cPanel error log says "Error opening file /proc/lve/list No such file or directory"

    This is because there is no /proc/lve/ folder.

    Can anyone give me a tip on how to fix this?
     
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    mikelegg Well-Known Member

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    I've just used ab to test a domain and the load went through the ceiling so CL isn't actually working at all.

    Is there something required beyond the steps outlined here -> New page ?
     
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    I ran uname -r and it says I'm still running the old kernel. I'll try running the install and rebooting again.
     
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    Can't run the install again

    Registering the activation key... An error has occurred:

    Error Message:
    Maximum usage count of 1 reached
    Error Class Code: 61
    Error Class Info: Too many systems registered using this registration token

    I'll try uninstalling it
     
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    Even after reverting back to the centos repositories I can't install again - same error.

    There endeth the great CloudLinux trial.
     
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    The techs from CloudLinux explained how to re-register the licence in order to use it again.

    I re-ran the conversion script but CloudLinux still isn't working.

    The techs believe the problem may be due to use of a paravirtualized kernel. In that case I would need to use PyGrub to load the CloudLinux kernel.
     
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    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Can you please provide the steps used to re-register the license to use it again here on the forum, since this was noted as being done? This way future users will know how this was handled.

    Also, was a ticket opened in the cPanel support system? If so, can you provide the ticket number?
     
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    This is how to re-reuse an activation key

    1. Login to your CloudLinux account at https://cln.cloudlinux.com
    2. Click on the "CLN" link in the top menu
    3. Click on the system that you want to de-activate (it appears as a hyperlink of the server's hostname)
    4. Click the "delete system" link in the top right of the screen.

    After that you will be able to re-use the activation key in a new install.
     
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    What platform & kernel are you using?
     
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    It was a Xen VPS that was running Centos 5.x 64 bit. It turns out that the VPS provider didn't allow the installation of custom kernels.

    It was a server that I'd already cancelled and I was just waiting for it to be terminated, so I thought it would be a good place to trial CloudLinux.

    I've since run the centos2cl update script on a small production VMware machine and it installed OK. The only problem is that the server started to crash every day so I had to revert back to Centos.
     
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