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Services showing failed, but actually RUNNING

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mangohead, May 11, 2005.

  1. mangohead

    mangohead Member

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    I've been monitoring my services, under SERVICE STATUS in WHM, and it looks like some services are showing FAILED, when infact they are running. eg. MySQL shows failed, but it is running and sites are able to use it. Apache also shows failed, but it is working fine.

    Has anyone experienced this? Here is what the services status looks like.

    apache (1.3.33 (Unix)) failed
    bind (9.2.1) failed
    clamd up
    cppop failed
    cpsrvd failed
    exim (exim-4.50-1_cpanel_smtpctl_av_rewrite_mm2_mmmtrap_exiscan_md5pass) up
    eximstats failed
    ftpd up
    imap up
    mysql (4.1.11-standard) failed
    postgresql failed
    spamd up
    syslogd up
    Server Load 0.15 (1 cpu)
    Memory Used 20.2 %
    Swap 1 %
    Disk hda3 (/) DMA+ 13 %
    Disk hda1 (/boot) DMA+ 17 %


    I'm still a novice to cpanel, so i dont know how i would test cppop, cpsrvd, eximstats or postgresql to see if they are actually running or now.

    This shouldnt be a huge concern, since services are running, however it looks bad when my clients check the Server Status from their control panel.

    Thanks in Advance!

    Mangohead
     
  2. gorilla

    gorilla Well-Known Member

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    looks like you just rebooted your server.
    It takes up to 15 minutes for WHM to show that the services are up and running again, the WHM service stats are not in realtime !
     
  3. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    ...and if not, restart chkservd manually (linux):

    service chkservd restart
     
  4. mangohead

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    thanks for ur help! u were right!
     
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