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recovering after fsck

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bhcomjared, Apr 24, 2010.

  1. bhcomjared

    bhcomjared Member

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    Recently my controller card died, destabilizing some of my file systems.:mad:

    Running Centos 5.3, + latest stable release of whm/cpanel, on a 64 bit machine.

    I'm unable to login to WHM at the moment, mainly because /usr/local/cpanel/perl is "non existent" aka lost in the lost+found.:eek:

    With all the things linux is capable of, I'm fairly surprised the lost+found system isn't beefer...

    I'm currently running /scripts/upcp in the hopes that it will repair the lost folder & its files.:confused:

    I have backups of almost everything else on my server... minus this :(
     
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    Got it fixed with /scripts/upcp :D

    I'm IMPRESSED with the latest version of whm. Using 8% less memory, and around 1/4 the cpu time. Granted this is after replacing a controller with bad memory, but just running around in whm well before the crash was fairly slow. It's not anymore.

    Nice product.:D
     
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    Since you mentioned perl issues, might want to also do this as well:
    Code:
    # cpan
    - install CPAN
    - reload CPAN
    - exit
    # /scripts/checkperlmodules
    
     

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