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Problem accessing Cpanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by kavukattu, Mar 24, 2008.

  1. kavukattu

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    Earlier this afternoon I received a cpsrvd failed @ Mon Mar 24 15:49:25 2008. A restart was attempted automagically. notice from my server.

    I checked resources, and everything is running well.

    Right now, I cannot access CPanel from my browser. I tried rebooting both CPanel, apache, mysql, the actual box...still can't access it.

    Strange thing is _some_ of my virtual hosts are working. Some just simply won't respond.

    Anybody know how I can debug this issue further?

    Thanks!
     
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    You might start with the error logs.
    Anything here that might help?
    /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log
    /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_log
    /var/log/messages
     
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    So I've been able to better identify the problem.

    Basically any VHost that is using SSL is not working. In the apache logs, I get this: SSL handshake interrupted by system

    I verified that the paths to the certificate and private keys are correct, and the files don't look corrupt.

    And I still cannot access Cpanel from the browser, but I'm sure it's doing some sort of secure transaction that is causing it to hang. Cause when I restart Cpanel, it starts up with no errors.

    So I ran /scripts/upcp ---force, and /scripts/fixeverything, rebooted Cpanel, and I'm still in the exact same state.

    I cannot fathom what could have happend to either "break" apache or "break" the ssl engine.
     
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