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WHM fails on port 2087 on a VPS

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rsaylor, Dec 29, 2005.

  1. rsaylor

    rsaylor Well-Known Member

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    I am testing cPanel under a VPS setting using OpenVZ. I was able to get cPanel to install and everything works great entering WHM on port 2086 and cPanel on port 2082 but when I enter port 2087 or 2083 I receive an error loading and displays a message stating would you like to display non-secure items. Reguarless of the selection WHM then fails to load to my browser IE 6.x and then re-entering non-secure fails to start until I either restart cpanel or restart the VPS.

    Any takers?
     
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    Izzee Well-Known Member

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    Try this it might help but your case may be different:

    ps ax | grep stunnel
    will show whether stunnel is running or not. When it is running, the output will look like the below.

    [/]# ps ax | grep stunnel
    5139 ? S 0:00 /usr/bin/stunnel-4.04local /usr/local/cpanel/etc/stunnel/default/stunnel.conf.run
    21120 ? S 0:00 grep stunnel
    [/]#

    A cpanel restart using the command

    [/]# /etc/rc.d/init.d/cpanel restart

    will restart the stunnel and activate the cpanel's secure ports.
     
  3. rsaylor

    rsaylor Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, think I am getting a little closer.

    I incrased the memory of the VPS by 444416384 KB, they do allocation odd.

    I was able to get in secure now but got a new error configuring an account

    Bind reconfiguring on vps1 using rndc
    Error reconfiguring bind on vps1: socket.c:2367: isc_thread_create() failed

    I think this is mainly a OpenVZ issue and not cpanel. Trying to find out more at OpenVZ on the memory allocation.
     
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