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server issues after reboot

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PersGiG, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. PersGiG

    PersGiG Registered

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    hi all
    i was installing some thing on server which needed a server reboot

    server rebooted and i can access to it via root
    but no luck from cpanel, whm, or even my website

    i checked what i thought could be issue
    it seems mysql and apache are working
    but i have nothing

    can you please tell em how to fix this issue
    thanks
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    Can you explain what you installed that required the reboot? Very few things require a reboot on a Linux server.
     
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    As far as we have all worked on linux servers, a reboot is required only if you want to boot the server with different kernel and disable selinux. You need to elaborate as to what exactly you did.
     
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    You might have the default RedHat Firewall installed and it is blocking the cPanel ports and other ports. You could check the firewall with the following:

    Code:
    /sbin/iptables -n -L
    If you suspect the firewall, try flushing it:

    Code:
    /sbin/iptables -F
    If you can then access cPanel and other services, it was the firewall blocking it. You'd need to allow cPanel and other services as rules in the firewall:

    http://forums.cpanel.net/f5/iptables-interfering-cpanel-196462.html#post807952
     
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