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Reinstall cPanel in Centos 5

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by maar3amt, Jun 26, 2017.

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    maar3amt Registered

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    Hi,

    One of our shell scripts delete accidentally "/usr/local/cpanel" folder content is there any way to reinstall cpanel over centos 5 (unsuported OS).

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    Hi,

    Just a way around, which I have done, you can also do the same. You can install a fresh cPanel on a server and you can take a cPanel directory from any other server and put it on your server and execute upcp. There might be some perl issues occurring, but that you will need to resolve based on what it is..
     
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    Thank's 24x7 for your reply,

    Well we have version 11.56 installed on server! You suggestion looks like great but would be hard to find folder content of that version!?

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    It may be easier to make sure you've got backups for your cPanel accounts, and restore them to a new server that's up to date. Why bother piecing back together a server that's out of date, in trouble, and now unsupported?
     
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    Well, I will do it near in future, but before i have to do some things first.
     
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    Hello,

    The best approach would be to migrate the backup copies of the accounts to a new OS (e.g. CentOS 7.x). However, should you need the files, you can find them at:

    Index of /cpanelsync/11.56.0.49/binaries

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