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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by pr-design, Feb 2, 2003.

  1. pr-design

    pr-design Member

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    I can access whm thru port 2086 but when I try 2082 i just get page cannot be displayed. anyone know how to fix this problem?
     
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    if you do

    netstat -a |grep 2082

    do you get &tcp 0 0 *:2082 *:* LISTEN &

    Try restarting cpanel
    cd /etc/init.d
    ./cpanel3 restart
     
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    no, when i type that command it returns nothing. and when i restart cpanel here is what I get:

    Stopping Cpanel4 services: [FAILED]
    Stopping Cpanel4 log services: [FAILED]
    Stopping Cpanel4 Chat services: [ OK ]
    Stopping Melange Chat services: [ OK ]
    Stopping InterChange services: [FAILED]
    Stopping Cpanel3 ssl services: [FAILED]
    Stopping Web Host Manger services: [ OK ]
    Stopping Cluster Management services: [FAILED]
    Starting Cpanel4 services: /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/local/cpanel/perl/Cpanel/OS.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    [FAILED]
    Starting WebMail services: [ OK ]
    Starting pop3 services: [ OK ]
    Starting Cpanel4 Chat services: [ OK ]
    Starting Melange Chat services: [ OK ]
    Starting Cpanel4 ssl services: [ OK ]
    Starting Web Host Manager services: [ OK ]
     
  4. pr-design

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    it doesnt appear i have the OS.so file anywhere on my server. could someone post it so i can download it?
     
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    Better check also to see if your ISP/Server hosting service is not blocking the port... if you are getting in on 2086 dont see why you would be having a problem though.

    You are using http not https to access port 2082 right?
     
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    i think i figured out what the problem is. my version was the new beta release and it wouldnt seem to set up this port. when i downgraded to the stable release it sets up cpanel services fine, i then try again upgrading to 6.0 and cpanel services were bad, so i am sticking with release 5.3.0 edge for now.
     
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    I am also having the exact same problem, we upgraded to the Beta which was about the dumbest thing I could have done, tried downgrading, etc.

    Is this missing file a flaw in the installation script, anyone who might have some more info on how to get around this would be great.

    All services run except for the Cpanel's port 2082.
     
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    Ahh.

    Same problem here too. Cpanel won't run. I did *not* upgrade recently and it's only since this morning that cpanel stopped responded to 2082 or /cpanel.

    We have the last *release* (stable) of Cpanel 5 which has been out (and we've had) for quite a while now.. What's up?
     
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    I couldnt say why yours stopped working all of the sudden. I only have the problem when I upgrade to a 6.0 Release. This morning I tried setting up Cpanel-6.0.0-BETA_41-Linux-i686-glibc-2.1.3-21.2mdk but still couldnt get Cpanel Services on port 2082 to start up. I get an error that it couldnt load the shared object file OS.so which should be located in the Cpanel folder.
     
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    The version 6.0 Beta 41 works great with the exception of the /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld file.

    I left everything intact only overwriting the cpaneld file from a 5.3 version and all is well, definately there is a call in the new cpaneld file for the OS.so libraries that are not installed by default with 6.0.

    Also noticed a inslib file that is supposed to install these libraries for you, the problem is that the version number defined in the script is 5.6.0 and the newest version of perl distributed by Cpanel is 5.6.1.

    Manually installed the new 5.8.0 changed the version script and lookup paths with no result.

    Definately the new cpaneld file needs to be fixed.

    All in all it's a good build with only this one file being broken.
     
  11. DuncanMcLord

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    i always see the following when doing a &ps aux | grep &cpaneld&&:


    root 1492 0.0 0.2 4392 3056 pts/0 S 10:47 0:00 cpaneld? - listening port 2082?


    i upgraded to latest edge and downgraded again, without any difference.
    cpaneld refuses to accept connections on port 2082 although it is running.
    What does the &?& mean, because this doesn't appear on any other box?
     
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    my server doesnt even say its listening on port 2082. still no luck with getting OS.so in the Cpanel-6.0.0-EDGE_56-Linux-i686-glibc-2.1.3-21.2mdk release.
     
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    Upgraded to Edge 56 today and still had a problem with port 2082 not coming up.

    Manually copied an older version of the file to get the Cpanel Port working again.

    Also noticed that the XSkins have been downgraded in the Edge 56 Release to 1.4 and the latest is 1.5.

    After installing latest edge release goto /usr/local/cpanel

    type wget www.cbrokers.com/downloads/cpaneld.tar

    type tar -xf cpaneld.tar

    type ./cpaneld

    This should should start port 2082 and fix you up.
     
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    I didn't have any of these problems. Has anybody told Nick?
     
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    6.0.0-E56 running like a dream for us, no issues.
     
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    I just upgraded to edge 6, and cpanel is broke!.. how do i downgrade? missing OS.so
     
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    You can download an older version of cpaneld from cbrokers.com/downloads and untar it in your /usr/local/cpanel directory.

    Otherwise use wget layer1.cpanel.net/latest and reinstall as normal this should get you back to a stable 5.x version.

    --Shawn
     
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    All is fixed in the new Stable Releases of Cpanel 6. :D
     
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