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Warning when connect to server

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shadowone, Jan 6, 2016.

  1. shadowone

    shadowone Member

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    I am getting this warning everytime i SSH to my server.
    Waited one day, but the warning does not dissapeare.
    I think it happened after installing CloudLinux, but not sure.

    So my question is: Is it safe to ignore the warning and restart the server?
     
    #1 shadowone, Jan 6, 2016
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2016
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    Hello :),

    Can you please check cPanel installation logs file /var/log/cpanel-install.log with the following command

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    tail -30 /var/log/cpanel-install.log
    
     
  3. shadowone

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    Everything looks good
    Code:
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  221 (DEBUG):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  221 (DEBUG):  Startup Log
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  221 (DEBUG):  [Tue Jan  5 13:24:52 2016] Starting /usr/local/cpanel/libexec/tailwatch/tailwatchd daemon
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  221 (DEBUG):  Log is at /usr/local/cpanel/logs/tailwatchd_log
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  221 (DEBUG):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  221 (DEBUG):  tailwatchd started successfully.
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  221 (DEBUG):  - ssystem [END]
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  227 ( INFO): cPanel install finished in 270 minutes and 42 seconds!
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): Congratulations! Your installation of cPanel & WHM 11.52 is now complete. The next step is to configure your server.
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): Before you configure your server, ensure that your firewall allows access on port 2087.
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): On RHEL, CentOS, and CloudLinux systems, execute /scripts/configure_firewall_for_cpanel to accomplish this.
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): After ensuring that your firewall allows access on port 2087, you can configure your server.
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): 1. Open your preferred browser
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): 2. Type https://dom.com:2087 in the address bar
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): 3. Enter the word root in the Username text box
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): 4. Enter your root password in the Password text box
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): 5. Click the Login button
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): Visit Initial Setup Wizard - Documentation - cPanel Documentation for more information about first-time configuration of your server.
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): Visit cPanel Customer Portal or WHM FAQ - Documentation - cPanel Documentation for additional support
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO):
    2016-01-05 13:24:53  964 ( INFO): Thank you for installing cPanel & WHM 11.52!
    
    And the cpanel is working fine, just that damn warning! :(
     
    #3 shadowone, Jan 6, 2016
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    Yes, /etc/motd is populated with the same text.
    10x i will overwrite it manually.
     
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