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/scripts2/ where can i find it?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DuncanMcLord, Jul 28, 2002.

  1. DuncanMcLord

    DuncanMcLord Active Member

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    Hi,

    where can i find the scripts from /scripts2/ on the server?

    Thx in advance,

    Duncan
     
  2. feanor

    feanor Well-Known Member

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    Hi-

    I believe that any /scripts2 function you see is an internal API call to cpanel or the web host managed daemon- there is no physical structure as far as tangible files on a cpanel server by that name.

    Somebody care to enlighten us further?
     
  3. DuncanMcLord

    DuncanMcLord Active Member

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    ah, ok...

    I just wanted to know, cause i am curious how this &showcpuusage& thing works.
    I thought it to be a &ps& command, but couldn't find a match.
    Does any1 know, how that table gets created?
     
  4. DuncanMcLord

    DuncanMcLord Active Member

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    Ok,

    i just found it :p
    ...thanks anyway
     
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    willing to share where you found it?
     
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    [quote:6c0dca0b8d][i:6c0dca0b8d]Originally posted by rwdcsi[/i:6c0dca0b8d]

    willing to share where you found it?[/quote:6c0dca0b8d]
    there is no directory on your box with this name. you can search the entire system.

    Read what &feanor& wrote above I'm agree with him /scripts2 calls are internal API calls.
     
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