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No email receive from scripts/upcp

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Stanleytiew, Nov 12, 2005.

  1. Stanleytiew

    Stanleytiew Well-Known Member

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    I have setup new cpanel server and it is running almost 1 month now, so far I didn't receive any email from root like I'm receiving on my the other cpanel server. Normally the other cpanel server send me daily email from

    Cron <root@ns1> /scripts/upcp
    Cron <root@ns1> /scripts/cpbackup
    LogWatch for ns1.server.com

    Can anybody let me know what go wrong on my new cpanel setting.
     
  2. Zaf

    Zaf Well-Known Member

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    Make sure the cron is enabled for upcp and cpbackup. You could confirm if the cron is enabled by running crontab -l. Logwatch is probably not installed on your new system and you should first install it to get the daily mails
     
  3. Stanleytiew

    Stanleytiew Well-Known Member

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    Can you let me know how to enable the cron for upcp and cpbackup, can I do it in WHM or I need to set using SSH.
     
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    Zaf Well-Known Member

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    The cron is normally setup by upcp by default. You should now run
    /scripts/upcp --force
    This will update cPanel, which will add the crons too :)
     
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    Make sure you have properly setup server contact e-mails in WHM and in /etc/crontab you have MAILTO="root-email" and HOMEDIR=/root setup

    Good luck!
     
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    Stanleytiew Well-Known Member

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    my etc/crontab for server 1 and server 2 is the same. Server 1 can receive email but not for server 2. I have run scripts/upcp --force and need to wait until tomorrow morning to see whether I receive the email.
     
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