what does safeaprestart - doing restart ./killacct mean?

sharmaine001

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I am running cpbackup

I can see this from top in WHM

safeaprestart - doing restart ./killacct

what is that for?

I can see /scripts/cpbackup from top but i dont see any pkgacct command for like 30 minutes already

what is happening? is cpbackup doing its job when i dont see any pkgacct process from top?
 

MaestriaNick

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Apache needs to be restarted each time by safeapacherestart when an account is added or deleted.
 
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I am running cpbackup

I can see this from top in WHM

safeaprestart - doing restart ./killacct

what is that for?

I can see /scripts/cpbackup from top but i dont see any pkgacct command for like 30 minutes already

what is happening? is cpbackup doing its job when i dont see any pkgacct process from top?
Apache needs to be restarted each time by safeapacherestart when an account is added or deleted.
What MaestriaNick has described is correct; Apache must be restarted to have the configuration change take effect (e.g., that of adding or removing a virtual host).

To further examine the status of the cpbackup process I recommend checking its log file that can be found within the following directory path:
Code:
/usr/local/cpanel/logs/cpbackup/