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Message from syslogd

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  1. bt4

    bt4 Well-Known Member

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    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 24 01:49:45 ...
    t of memory [3202]

    what is this message i got from SSH
     
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    Is this all of the message you are receiving? Please check /var/log/messages to see if anything else is showing up there around the same time.
     
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    i ddt find any message from /var/log/messages
     
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    On prior discussions of this same kind of error, it was seen on trying to restart named for some reason. If you restart named on the machine, do you get the same error?
     
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    i have restart cPanel in last line show this error

    root@root [~]# Failed to restart: No such file or directory at /usr/local/cpanel/bin/startinterchange line 35.
     
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    That line doesn't matter as interchange isn't used any longer. Did you restart named or only cPanel? Because restarting cPanel isn't what was asked, so that's why I'm checking.

    Code:
    /etc/init.d/named restart
    Thanks!
     
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    after restart named i got some error
    memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:28 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:28 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:28 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:28 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:28 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:28 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:28 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:28 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:29 ...
    t of memory [26832]

    Message from syslogd@erech at Jul 25 00:41:29 ...
    t of memory [26832]
     
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    some error
     
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    Please submit a ticket. I'd thought these were occurring on restarting named like the other thread. If they aren't, and based on what you've posted that's the case, a ticket is required at this point to see what's going on. It might be a system level issue, and we'd then ask you to contact your datacenter, NOC or provider, but we'd have to see what's causing these to occur first.

    Tickets can be submitted using WHM > Support Center > Contact cPanel or using the link in my signature. Please post the ticket number here on opening one.
     
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