JonathanW-GOT

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Thank you for letting me know. What I would recommend is that you click save in the service manager to help reload the services. If you are still seeing this message, I would recommend that you run a "/scripts/upcp --force" command. This often helps resolve the issue at hand and let me know if you are still experiencing it after this.
 
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sparek-3

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I don't really think that's the problem.

I think it's hitting an /etc/*disabled file (although one for rsyslog does not exist there) or equivalent file some where. Something is making cPanel believe that rsyslogd is disabled. I do not know where all of these files are scattered about.
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

Internal case number 188961 is open to address an issue where "WHM >> Service Configuration >> Service Manager" does not properly re-enable rsyslog/rsyslogd. Feel free to our monitor our change log for this case number to see when the resolution has been released. You can start the service via the following command in the meantime:

Code:
/etc/init.d/rsyslog start
Thank you.