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SOLVED [WEB-1092] LVE Manager parsing array error

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by Nile Youth, Jul 21, 2018.

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  1. Nile Youth

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    Hello Everyone

    I have an issue on my LVE Manager each time I try to open it Via Admin User I got this error Massage:

    it's only open if I logged in from Root User this is new issue the LVE work normal from 3 days I think and the only Update on my server that I made change on cpanel3-skel for a reseller account

    can any one help in this ??

    Thanks a lot for you
     

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    Hello @Nile Youth,

    It looks like this is a known issue with CloudLinux. The CloudLinux internal case number is WEB-1092. You can monitor the CloudLinux blog to see when a solution is published:

    https://www.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux-os-blog

    In the meantime, it looks like the current workaround is to login to Web Host Manager with a different locale. EX:

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    https://hostname:2087/?locale=en
    Thank you.
     
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    CloudLinux published an update to LVE Manager that addresses the issue reported in this thread:

    Here's the link to the blog entry:

    LVE Manager for cPanel updated

    Thank you.
     
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