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Remove LVE Manager Plugin

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by mikelegg, May 17, 2011.

  1. mikelegg

    mikelegg Well-Known Member

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    I've just reverted back to Centos after trialling CloudLinux on a VMware server, but the LVE manager Plugin still appears in WHM.

    Does anyone know how to remove it?
     
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    I ran ... yum remove lve-cpanel-plugin
    Then ... /scripts/upcp

    But it's still there
     
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    Try: yum remove cpanel-lvemanager cpanel-lve
     
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    That did the trick - thank you.
     
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    Interesting, you are having problems getting rid of it and I'm having problems keeping it. It seems as everytime I upgrade cPanel the LVE Manager disappears from WHM. :P
     
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    Hello radeonpower,

    Could you open up a ticket with us concerning this issue? You would be able to use WHM > Support Center > Contact cPanel or using the link in my signature. Once you've opened the ticket, could you post the ticket number here?

    Thanks!
     
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    The disappearance of LVE manager after upcp might be caused by upgrading to version 11.30 (or if you run that version).
    In 11.30 LVE Manager is in Server section, on top. It is no longer in Plugins.
     
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    I've gotten rid of the LVE Manager in WHM but the "Resource Usage" icon is still persisting in cPanel.
     
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    yum remove lve lve-cpanel-plugin
     
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    Thanks, I did that, but it's still there.
     
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    Correct, that was the issue!
     
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    Our servers updated to 11.30 release last night and now all of the cPanels show the Resource Usage icon in the Logs section, though none of our servers have ever had CloudLinux installed on them. To manually go in run a command to remove the lve-plugin is a lot of extra work for 60 some servers.
     
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    monarobase Well-Known Member

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    Just checked, we also have the "Resource Usage" icon on our CentOS servers that aren't Cloud Linux yet.
     
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    Please open a ticket. We need to investigate this issue. The Resource Usage icons should only be shown if lve-stats and lve-utils rpms are installed. These are only installed automatically if the IP is licensed for CloudLinux.
     
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    Please run: yum remove lve-utils lve-stats

    That will certainly remove any display of CloudLinux from your system.
     
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    I've just noticed the following error in my cPanel error log -
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    [2011-06-02 23:07:06 +1000] warn [lveinfo::start] Encountered error in lveinfo::start: LVEInfo::start() failed: Undefined subroutine &Cpanel::LVEInfo::LVEInfo_start called at (eval 68) line 1.
    So even though I've managed to visibly remove the plugin from WHM, it's not completely gone. (the cPanel icon still appears as well)

    When i run yum remove lve-utils lve-stats, it says "No Match for argument: lve-utils" & "No Match for argument: lve-stats" "No packages marked for removal"

    Does anyone have any other ideas on how to get rid of all this stuff?
     
    #18 mikelegg, Jun 2, 2011
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  19. Infopro

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    Hi Ben, I'll open a ticket as well on this. I've just noticed the same icon here in (11.30.0 (build 25))



    Ticket: 1565698
     

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  20. cPanelTristan

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    We have case 50289 dealing with this issue. Until that has been pushed into production, the method to correct the issue should be the following:

    Code:
    echo "enduserlve=0" >> /var/cpanel/features/disabled
     
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