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Several problems after last update

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  1. tectonny

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    The cpanel is a problem with the mysql stopped working, and some commands are not working, see:

    I tried to update the cpanel:
    **** / scripts / upcp-force
    upcp must be run as root at / scripts / upcp line 55.

    Check mysql
    ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can not connect to local MySQL server through socket '/ var / lib / mysql / mysql.sock' (2)

    / etc / rc.d / init.d / mysql restart
    Starting MySQL ERROR! Manager of pid-file quit without updating file.


    Will someone help me, my sites are off the air because mysql is stopped.

    My IP: 142.54.161.130
     
  2. ES - George

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    Does your MySQL error log have any errors showing? /var/lib/mysql/$hostname.err

    Make sure to replace $hostname with your server's hostname.
     
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    Ok, see Result:

     
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    OK. Run 'service mysql restart' and see what happens.

    If it still fails, then run mv /etc/my.cnf /etc/my.cnf.old and restart mysql again.
     
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    service mysql restart
    ERROR! MySQL manager or server PID file could not be found!
    Starting MySQL. ERROR! Manager of pid-file quit without updating file.

    mv /etc/my.cnf /etc/my.cnf.old
    mv: cannot move `/etc/my.cnf' to `/etc/my.cnf.old': Permission denied
     
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    Are you logged in as root? as MustangV10 suggested, you should open a ticket with cPanel.

    M
     
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    Try to do su command and put your root password. You're probably not on root account. Then try again to update. If this wasn't help then go on with ticket to cPanel ;).
     
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    I opened a ticket but I have seen that the response there will take at least two days, I will try to resolve the matter by searching on Google.

    If I want to support faster you have to pay, that use having signature...
     
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