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ServerAdmin you@example.com ??????????

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DReade83, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. DReade83

    DReade83 Well-Known Member

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    Just updated Apache and it's written "ServerAdmin you@example.com" into the config file.

    That means should any Apache errors occur, you@example.com will receive them. Of course the distiller bug hasn't been fixed yet, so any changes to this will be wiped out after another Apache update.

    cPanel this needs fixing and is a potential security risk!!
     
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    By the way, just checked my Stage 1 server and found this ServerAdmin statement is set to "root@<hostname>" where <hostname> is the hostname of my server.

    I'm surprised QA didn't pick up on this bug seeing as they're normally keen not to let anything out which doesn't work... After the delays of Stage 2 going into CURRENT!
     
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    Make certain you have a contact address set in Basic cPanel/WHM Setup in the Server Contact E-Mail Address field.
     
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    Just did that. Then ran /usr/local/cpanel/bin/build_apache_conf and it doesn't work. Still have root@"domain".

    dicen
     
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