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Re-installing Services in WHM

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by steel rat, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. steel rat

    steel rat Active Member

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    Can anyone point me to a page that explains how to re-install services in WHM? The WHM docs don't seem to contain that info. It this needs to be done from a command line then please let me know how to do so.

    Thanks!

    Steel Rat
     
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    Ive never done it from whm personally - but you could force a reinstall of the RPMs or something I suppose - doing it from ssh is normally the way to go. What service in particular do you mean?
     
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  3. steel rat

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    Well, for a while all my services were failing and restarting. After a few reboots they eventually stopped failing. Now Eximstats is the only one failing, every 8 minutes I get an email that it has failed and is restarting. It has been suggested that I re-install the service. At this point I have tried disabling it but it doesn't stay disabled.

    And after having been away for a fewe days I now have tons of email to deal with.
     
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    check the cron to disable it..
     
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    Thanks for the replies.

    The other thread is a bit over my head as far as linux goes. And there is a lot of stuff in there, some people saying one thing fixed all the problems, another saying something else fixed all the problems.

    And where would I find the cron for eximstats? Please be specific, this IS the New User Forum, after all ;)
     
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