jayjay

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This is a new installation of CPanel on a brand new box since we rebooted our other box it was on and the filesystems were totally whacked. Don't know what caused it but in order to get people back online, we are leasing a box from our colo now and clients are still down because of these errors:

When you try to create an account, you get this error:

proftpd.conf (/etc/proftpd.conf) [0] is corrupt. Please have your admin repair or restore it from backup at /scripts/wwwacct line 220, line 18.

So ya.. run that:
[email protected] [/home/admin]# /scripts/wwwacct
proftpd.conf (/etc/proftpd.conf) [0] is corrupt. Please have your admin repair or restore it from backup at /scripts/wwwacct line 220, &CONF& line 18.
[email protected] [/home/admin]#

Any ideas how to fix that? I'm guessing I need a replacement proftpd.conf
Although I've worked with proftpd, I don't know how the conf was setup after the cpanel install.

Then.......

Apache won't load because of a mod_throttle error. So I took mod_throttle out of the httpd.conf and it loads fine. But we kinda need mod_throttle for all the accounts to work properly,etc?

Basically, the person who sold me the license installed it wrong and doesn't know how to fix it (so it seems.. apologies if I'm wrong)

Thanks in advance,
Jason Arquitt
 

feanor

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Do you have a backup copy of proftpd.conf within /etc
Within /etc/ do a &ls -la | grep proftpd&

Should turn up something with content perhaps? Or else you might want to completely reinstall the layer 1 install for your particular release of RedHat.

If apache is failing in that nature your build is flawed..... reinstall the latest from layer1.cpanel.net (the latest fp_5.0 upgrade)
Or buildapache to choose the modules by hand.
 

jayjay

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[email protected] [/etc]# ls -la | grep proftpd
drw-r-s--- 2 root proftpd 1024 Apr 10 05:59 proftpd/
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 Apr 10 13:33 proftpd.conf
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 Apr 10 05:59 proftpd.conf.bytes
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 0 Apr 10 13:33 proftpd.conf.tmpeditlib
[email protected] [/etc]#

:\

I would have to reinstall the cpanel package just to get the proftpd.conf? That seems kind of whacky.

Apache -
http://64.94.46.241

It works now. I reinstalled the build, it still failed. Replaced the conf with the old conf. It worked. *I think* Will post an update to that as soon as I look deeper.

Thanks again,
Jason Arquitt
 

jayjay

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Oh nope.
Apache started fine, but was never operational.

if you try to restart it via WHM.. you get:
httpd: [ != HTTP/1..] httpd has failed, please contact the sysadmin.

[email protected] [/home/admin]# /sbin/service httpd restart
/etc/init.d/httpd restart: httpd restarted
[email protected] [/home/admin]#


bahh..
 

AaronPhillips

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cpanel install

Jason:

Feanor the guy helping you is one of our CPANEL installers, if you would like to have us come in and take a look drop me an e-mail.

Aaron Phillips
PowerSurge Technologies, Inc.
[email protected]
www.powersurge.net
 

jayjay

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re

I emailed you but no response as of yet.

Proftpd problem was fixed by bringing someone else's conf over and editing it a bit. it works pretty good now.

Apache is still a problem. Right now it's running basically barebones. It cannot and will not load mod_perl,mod_throttle,mod_ssl and some others. If you try to do it, apache crashes.

Seems to be like apache is the only thing that's totally crazed on this box.

I've tried to rebuild apache and it just makes matters worse.
 

kwimberl

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I think you are the guy I fixed up last night, but if not you can contact me and I'll help you out.