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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vijeesh, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. vijeesh

    vijeesh Member

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    Hello,

    upcp is giving the following error

    ..Fetching http://layer2.cpanel.net/STABLE-installer/ (0).......Unable to connect to host: 74.200.65.162......skipping 74.200.65.162......Unable to connect to host: 69.90.250.34

    It tries for many more hosts and get fail

    I can connect to port 80 on these servers using telnet. What may be the issue?

    I have restarted the cpanel .
    Modified cpupdate.conf

    nothing work


    Please help
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    I recommend having our technical analysts diagnose this issue for you. You can do this by submitting a support ticket directly to us.
     
  3. vijeesh

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    Hello,

    Yes. I have submitted a support ticket and they fixed it

    Thanks
     
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    Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host

    I encountered the following error message while running upcp. The issue was with all the scripts(say upcp, eximup, etc.)

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    .....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 69.90.250.34.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 75.127.84.226.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 69.90.250.35.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 67.159.2.2.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 67.227.128.74.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 209.85.80.214.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 209.188.92.54.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 69.72.212.10......Failed......Done
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    Cause:-
    The file /etc/services was missing in the server

    Solution:-
    I copied the file /etc/services from another server and then tried running the script /scripts/upcp which was done successfully :)
     
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    Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host - upcp Error

    I encountered the following error message while running the script upcp. The issue was with all the scripts(say upcp, eximup, etc.)

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    Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 64.50.161.11.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 208.74.123.20.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 75.127.84.226.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 208.74.121.39.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 67.227.128.74.....Cannot lookup port for http.....Unable to connect to host: 209.188.92.54......Failed...Problem downloading script autorepair! Please verify the script's name.
    ===============

    Cause:-
    The file /etc/services was missing in the server

    Solution:-
    Copied the file /etc/services from another server and then executed the script /scripts/upcp :)
     
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