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Restart Services Not Working

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Lamar, Jul 26, 2003.

  1. Lamar

    Lamar Well-Known Member

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    It seems that WHM will not restart Exim, Bind, or MySQL (probably not Apache, either). Oh, it says it restarts, but doing a tail in the logs shows that it fails.

    /scripts/admin fails also.

    This is really getting to be a pain. Has anyone else seen this?

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    Lamar Well-Known Member

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    No one else is seeing this?

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    tAzMaNiAc Well-Known Member

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    Did you just upgrade?

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  4. Lamar

    Lamar Well-Known Member

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    I am at WHM 7.2.0 cPanel 7.2.1-S85 . Is there a later stable? I have WHM set to automatically update.

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    Lamar Well-Known Member

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    It is happening on another server at WHM 7.2.0 cPanel 7.2.1-R92 .

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    When you restart in WHM it should show "Waiting for exim to restart...." Then it will say finished. After this is should show some numbers, then restart ok. If the numbers are missing between the two statements, it might be a program problem. Try /etc/rc.d/init.d/named start. If it says it failed, then its a program problem. The easiest way to do this for bind is to type: named -u named -d 9 and it will create a file called named.run. Should show you what the problem is.

    Yea I kinda ramble, and aint the best explaining things to people new to Linux.

    Peace Out.

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