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PLEASE HELP! WHM 9.2.0 cPanel 9.3.0-C4

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anani, May 25, 2004.

  1. anani

    anani Registered

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    I just added new domains and then
    decided to re-edit the Packages..


    When i did modify the Packages:
    I got a very funny message that says:

    Under Edit Packages/

    Umm... what are you trying to pull here...
    you don't own the user domain.name.x

    This really a shock for me? i'm surprised?

    All of a sudden i had only the new domains
    added, and lost the other 5 domains
    previously added (all of those domains
    are still working) but I can't access them
    from the my whm 9.2.0 cPanel 9.3.0-C4

    Under/
    Account Functions: List Accounts

    I can only see the new 2 domains added.

    Under/
    Packages
    Edit Packages

    I can see all the listed and non-listed packages!

    i already reported this to my main hosting company
    but i would be much obliged if anyone can help me
    on this problem.

    PLEASE HELP :(
     
  2. linux-image

    linux-image Well-Known Member

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    hi,
    I have never seen an error like: "Umm... what are you trying to pull here...
    you don't own the user domain.name.x". Seems unprofessional :( But this must be a corruption of the package lists on the server. Just re-edit and save the packages and all will appear fine.

    And for the error of domains not listing.. check at /var/cpanel/users/"username" where username is the username of the missing domain. Here the OWNER must be set as the "root".

    linux-image
    mirage "root"
     
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