the system failed to change the permissons

shozi

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Hello Everyone!

Fellows Im Getting This Error After cPanel 104 Update :(


i have attached error picture in attachments

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Now i Have Latest Stable 106.0.8 And i have tried every things but failed :(
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Please Help

Thanks :D
 

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cPRex

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Hey there! Do you have root access to the server? If so, can you change the permission of those files on the command line directly? I need a bit more context to determine exactly what is happening that would lead to this error.
 

shozi

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Hey there! Do you have root access to the server? If so, can you change the permission of those files on the command line directly? I need a bit more context to determine exactly what is happening that would lead to this error.
Yes im Server Administrator i have tried too many times its not working also some wordpress upload errors apearing here after update

i Also Tried These Methods But Not Worked


Method 1:



Method 2:

 

cPRex

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I would not expect that script to resolve those issues.

Can you access the command line of the server and post the output of the following two commands run against one of the files that can't be changed?

ls -lah
lsattr

You would just add the filename after the command:

ls -lah /path/to/file
or
lsattr filename
 

shozi

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I would not expect that script to resolve those issues.

Can you access the command line of the server and post the output of the following two commands run against one of the files that can't be changed?

ls -lah
lsattr

You would just add the filename after the command:

ls -lah /path/to/file
or
lsattr filename
in server 150+ cpanels and approx 120 have issues and all cpanels have different content