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Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog. In line 8 of the c

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  1. aress

    aress Active Member

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    Hello All,

    I have a Cpanel server and when I try to upcp i.e /scripts/upcp --force
    FYI: service cpanel restart also generates the same error.

    I get the following error :
    The previous Interchange server was not running and probably
    terminated with an error.
    Low traffic settings.
    Calling UI......UI is loaded...
    Interchange V4.8.6
    Configuring catalog drissvir...Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    drissvir config error: Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    drissvir: error in configuration. Skipping.
    drissvir: config error. Skipping.
    Configuring catalog incomepl...Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    incomepl config error: Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    incomepl: error in configuration. Skipping.
    incomepl: config error. Skipping.
    Configuring catalog jwhite...Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    jwhite config error: Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    jwhite: error in configuration. Skipping.
    jwhite: config error. Skipping.
    Configuring catalog livesem...Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    livesem config error: Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    livesem: error in configuration. Skipping.
    livesem: config error. Skipping.
    Configuring catalog pioussa...Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    pioussa config error: Required Perl module SQL::Statement not present. Aborting catalog.
    In line 8 of the configuration file 'catalog.cfg':
    Require module SQL::Statement

    pioussa: error in configuration. Skipping.
    pioussa: config error. Skipping.



    Tried UPCP , and service cpanel restart
    .. /scripts/checkinterchange
    .. /scripts/fixinterchange
    .. /scripts/fixinterchangeperm
    .. /scripts/rebuildinterchangecfg

    even
    /scripts/fixcartwithsuexec drissvir
    /scripts/fixcartwithsuexec incomepl
    /scripts/fixcartwithsuexec jwhite
    /scripts/fixcartwithsuexec pioussa

    also tried rebooting the server but no use :((.

    I have the following version running on my server .
    Interchange V4.8.6
    perl version v5.8.3

    Please help me out. Do any one have an idea what to do to fix this :(( .

    Regards,
    Sonual Shinde. :(

    Waiting anxiously



    Following is the Code in the Line 8 of the CATALOG.CFG
    # catalog.cfg
    # See the 'icconfig' document for details.

    #==========================================================================#

    # Read in initial variables from a database.

    VariableDatabase variable

    #==========================================================================#

    # Allow a template to drop in some beginning config.
    include etc/before.cfg

    #==========================================================================#

    # Warn if any important modules or usertags are missing.

    Require module Digest::MD5 "Need %s %s for better cache keys."
    Require module Safe::Hole
    Require module SQL::Statement
    Require module LWP::Simple

    Require UserTag email email_raw var loc table_editor button
     
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    Have you tried running:

    /scripts/perlinstaller --force SQL::Statement
     
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    Hi Jonathan,

    I did execute that cmd /scripts/perlinstaller --force SQL::Statement. went all well. But still having the same error :(

    BTW Thanks for your reply.

    Please anymore suggestion.

    Regards,
    Sonaul Shinde

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    I'd suggest logging a Support Ticket with cPanel.
     
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    Hello There,
    GUESS WHAT I HAVE A SOLUTION FOR THIS :
    I Logged in the WHM and
    under "Service Configuration" I have option"Enable/Disable SuExec"
    What I did was I disabled it :).

    And then restarted the interchange. Well everything is sorted :)

    RELIEF ATLAST:))


    Thanks To All who tried to help me :)
    Thanx to you JOHN :))
     
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