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"No Server found" Error Message - Account Modification

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Reado, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. Reado

    Reado Well-Known Member

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    After changing an account username on the Account Modification page, this happens in the results (note the raw HTML code):

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    Updating ftp passwords for rapi Ftp password files updated. Ftp vhost passwords synced
    <table width="100%"><tr><td> No Server found </td><td width="30"><img src="/cPanel_magic_revision_1261011526/cjt/images/icons/error.png"></td></tr></table>
    Username changed from rgs to rapi
    Besides that though, the error "no server found" makes no sense. What server is it referring to?
     
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    cPanelDavidN Integration Developer
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    Presumably the No Server message is referring to a service daemon. The modification process rights to various config files and restarts various services.

    If you are not experiencing other strange behavior, you may be able to take it as a simple warning message. That area gets populated with warning messages as well as fatal messages. Because it's not an expected message and does illicite some concern, you may want to open a support ticket, https://tickets.cpanel.net/submit/?reqtype=tickets.

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  3. Reado

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    Thanks David, I'll submit a ticket.
     
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