New installation fails: Waiting for (SQL Databases and dependent apps)

Operating System & Version
CentOS 7.8
cPanel & WHM Version
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anirakgs

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Hi,

I'im trying to install cpanel, but after of some minutes, the following messages appears every second in the console:

(INFO) Waiting for (SQL Databases and dependent apps).

I tried with a clean CentOS 7.3 clean installation and with a CentOS 7.8 clean installation too.

I need help asap, please.
 

cPSamuelM

Technical Analyst Team Lead
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Nov 20, 2019
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Hello @anirakgs

Thank you for contacting cPanel! I am sorry to hear about the issues you are observing with your server.

I suspect that this issue may be related to the kernel your server uses. There are known issues with systemd on servers that use certain kernel versions. For more information please refer to the following thread:

https://forums.cpanel.net/threads/ups-177-service-failures-after-centos-7-7-update.659933/

One way you could confirm if your server is affected by the issue described in that forum thread is by running the following command on your server:

grep "Too many levels" /var/log/messages | tail
 

anirakgs

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Jun 5, 2020
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Hello @anirakgs

Thank you for contacting cPanel! I am sorry to hear about the issues you are observing with your server.

I suspect that this issue may be related to the kernel your server uses. There are known issues with systemd on servers that use certain kernel versions. For more information please refer to the following thread:

https://forums.cpanel.net/threads/ups-177-service-failures-after-centos-7-7-update.659933/

One way you could confirm if your server is affected by the issue described in that forum thread is by running the following command on your server:

grep "Too many levels" /var/log/messages | tail
Thank you. I'm affected, and other problems comes with it. Is there a way to deal with that? I contacted to my VPS provider and an update will arrive in the next 2 months, but right now I've multiple erros, for example "The service “cphulkd” appears to be down." (40 erros in the last 3 hours), can't start the service manually.
 

cPSamuelM

Technical Analyst Team Lead
Staff member
Nov 20, 2019
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cPanel Access Level
Root Administrator