chirpy

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No use asking here, you'll need to contact cPanel - I'd suggest trying [email protected]

Also, do you have a cPanel bugzilla entry? You should log one of those if their recent changes to this issue haven't helped.
 

jackal

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We still have the same issue, We made a ticket last week and was directed to that report.
 

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It looks like Nick ( The head cpanel dev ) replied to that bugzilla, confirming it. I don't know what you expect from cpanel seeing as though it looks like its a redhat bug ?
 

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I really wish that this does not happen to you. IF it does you might feel a little different about this.
 

chirpy

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jackal said:
I really wish that this does not happen to you. IF it does you might feel a little different about this.
You seem to be missing the point here. It's a bug in Fedora, you need to go hassle the Fedora developers about it. It is the price you pay for using an OS that should not be used in a production environment because of it's very short shelf life (6 months), unlike a business OS like RHE which is around 5 years (or is it 8 years? I forget).
 

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chirpy said:
You seem to be missing the point here. It's a bug in Fedora, you need to go hassle the Fedora developers about it. It is the price you pay for using an OS that should not be used in a production environment because of it's very short shelf life (6 months), unlike a business OS like RHE which is around 5 years (or is it 8 years? I forget).
Thing is, it was working fine till the cPanel upgrade.
 

chirpy

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Indeed, because cPanel have started using a standard linux tool to ensure aganst corruption of your system files. The tool has a bug in it in Fedora - that's a problem for Fedora to fix. If it's causing a problem on a server that is of importance, then you really ought to look at using a supported OS (Fedora is not and they themselves do not recommend it for any production server) such as RHE or the CentOS spin-off.