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Urchin Stats died?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by C.P, Apr 6, 2004.

  1. C.P

    C.P Member

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    I'm using WHM/Cpanel 9.1 Stable with Urchin 5.1.

    My Urchin stats seem to have stopped updating. I tried
    /scripts/runstatsonce but I got this message:

    This script requires cPanel 6.4.2 Build 11+
    ==> Loading Config (cpanellogd) .... Done
    Urchin webserver stopped
    Urchin scheduler stopped
    1
    ==> cpaneld(logger) 8.0 Starting (11 processor system).....
    ==> WARNING: configured processor count does not match
    ==> actual processor count (1)! Running stats programs
    ==> on this system may cause excessive load!
    ==> You should set extracpus=0 in /var/cpanel/cpanel.config
    ==> Shared RRDTOOL support enabled
    ==> Ignoring lastrun files and running all stats now
    ==> cpanellogd will exit after stats have run

    Any idea on how to get Urchin running again?
     
  2. shaky

    shaky Well-Known Member

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    You can:

    /usr/local/urchin/bin/urchinctl start


    That will restart Urchin, however I'm having a problem where users access urchin from Cpanel and get a blank page :(
     
  3. shaky

    shaky Well-Known Member

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    I have checked everything I can think of. Is anyone else having this same problem?

    I have been battling for days trying to get urchin working, I cannot access any information when loggin into cpanel and accessing urchin. The page either comes up blank or there are no stats displayed, even though Webalizer and Awstats work fine.
     
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