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WHM giving not good

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nick V/D Bri, Apr 16, 2003.

  1. Nick V/D Bri

    Nick V/D Bri Member

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    i installed and configured whm/cpanel for somebody the server tell me as i push edit setup

    Edit Setup


    Main Shared Virtual Host IP:
    The ip address that will be used for setting up shared ip virtual hosts.

    Examples: 1.2.3.4, 5.6.7.8, 31.3.3.7
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    AIM Password:
    The password for the AIM Username
    AIM Username:
    The username that this server should logon to for sending alerts. You can register a new aim name: here.
    BIND Version:
    Select the version of BIND (named) you are currently running.
    4 - BIND4
    8 - BIND8
    9 - BIND9


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    Server Contact AIM:
    Enter an AIM name you can be reached at in case a problem arises with this server.

    Examples: user54044
    Server Contact E-Mail Address:
    Enter an e-mail address you can be reached at in case a problem arises with this server.

    Examples: john@doe.com, john.q.public@anonymous.com, user@host.com
    Server Contact Pager Address:
    Enter an cellular phone or pager e-mail address that can be messaged in case a problem arises with this server.

    Examples: john@cellphone.com, 8005551212@provider.com, user@host.com
    Server Contact ICQ UIN:
    Enter an ICQ user identification number you can be reached at in case a problem arises with this server.

    Examples: 1234567, 11223344, 1020304
    Default CPanel5 Theme:
    Enter the default CPanel5 Theme you wish to use.
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    Alternate Main Ethernet Device:
    If you are using a device other then the first ethernet device as your public interface, enter it here.

    Examples: eth1, eth2 venet0:0 (virtuozzo servers)
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    Default Home Directory:
    Enter the location where you desire to have new user's home directories created. By default, it will select the disk or partition with the least usage.

    Examples: /home, /home2, /newhome
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    Home Directory Prefix:
    Enter the prefix you wish to match other user partitions with.

    Examples: home matches /home, /home2, /newhome, /anythingwithhomeinit/
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    Hostname:
    This is the current hostname of this server. (The value of this attribute can only be modified with the change hostname function).
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    ICQ Password:
    The passowrd for the ICQ UIN
    ICQ UIN:
    The UID the the server should login to for sending alerts. You can register a new icq number: here
    Apache Access Log Style:
    Enter the style in which you wish to receive your Apache logs.
    combined - All information including referers, user agents, and requested files are logged.

    access - Only information about requested files are logged.


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    Minimum Uid:
    The lowest UID to use when creating an account (optional). If you set this below 500 just about everything will break.
    Primary Nameserver:
    Enter the hostname of the primary nameserver (normally, the name of this server) you wish to use when creating new domains or subdomains.

    Examples: ns.myhost.com, ns1.myhost.com, dns1.mydomain.com
    Secondary Nameserver:
    Enter the hostname of the secondary nameserver you wish to use when creating new domains or subdomains.

    Examples: ns.myhost.com, ns1.myhost.com, dns1.mydomain.com
    Third Nameserver:
    Enter the hostname of an additional nameserver you wish to use when creating new domains or subdomains. (Optional)

    Examples: ns.myhost.com, ns1.myhost.com, dns1.mydomain.com
    CGI Script Alias:
    Always Create a CGI Script Alias.
    y - Yes
    n - No


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    Default Home Directory:
    Enter the location where you desire to have new user's home directories created. By default, it will select the disk or partition with the least usage.

    Examples: /home, /home2, /newhome
    Home Directory Prefix:
    Enter the prefix you wish to match other user partitions with.

    Examples: home matches /home, /home2, /newhome, /anythingwithhomeinit/
    Hostname:
    This is the current hostname of this server. (The value of this attribute can only be modified with the change hostname function).
    Main Shared Virtual Host IP:
    The ip address that will be used for setting up shared ip virtual hosts.

    Examples: 1.2.3.4, 5.6.7.8, 31.3.3.7
    Default CPanel5 Theme:
    Enter the default CPanel5 Theme you wish to use.
    Apache Access Log Style:
    Enter the style in which you wish to receive your Apache logs.
    combined - All information including referers, user agents, and requested files are logged.

    access - Only information about requested files are logged.


    BIND Version:
    Select the version of BIND (named) you are currently running.
    4 - BIND4
    8 - BIND8
    9 - BIND9


    CGI Script Alias:
    Always Create a CGI Script Alias.
    y - Yes
    n - No


    Default Home Directory:
    Enter the location where you desire to have new user's home directories created. By default, it will select the disk or partition with the least usage.

    Examples: /home, /home2, /newhome
    Home Directory Prefix:
    Enter the prefix you wish to match other user partitions with.

    Examples: home matches /home, /home2, /newhome, /anythingwithhomeinit/
    Hostname:
    This is the current hostname of this server. (The value of this attribute can only be modified with the change hostname function).
    Main Shared Virtual Host IP:
    The ip address that will be used for setting up shared ip virtual hosts.

    Examples: 1.2.3.4, 5.6.7.8, 31.3.3.7
    Default CPanel5 Theme:
    Enter the default CPanel5 Theme you wish to use.
    Apache Access Log Style:
    Enter the style in which you wish to receive your Apache logs.
    combined - All information including referers, user agents, and requested files are logged.

    access - Only information about requested files are logged.


    BIND Version:
    Select the version of BIND (named) you are currently running.
    4 - BIND4
    8 - BIND8
    9 - BIND9


    CGI Script Alias:
    Always Create a CGI Script Alias.
    y - Yes
    n - No


    Default Home Directory:
    Enter the location where you desire to have new user's home directories created. By default, it will select the disk or partition with the least usage.

    Examples: /home, /home2, /newhome
    Home Directory Prefix:
    Enter the prefix you wish to match other user partitions with.

    Examples: home matches /home, /home2, /newhome, /anythingwithhomeinit/
    Hostname:
    This is the current hostname of this server. (The value of this attribute can only be modified with the change hostname function).
    Main Shared Virtual Host IP:
    The ip address that will be used for setting up shared ip virtual hosts.

    Examples: 1.2.3.4, 5.6.7.8, 31.3.3.7
    Default CPanel5 Theme:
    Enter the default CPanel5 Theme you wish to use.
    Apache Access Log Style:
    Enter the style in which you wish to receive your Apache logs.
    combined - All information including referers, user agents, and requested files are logged.

    access - Only information about requested files are logged.


    BIND Version:
    Select the version of BIND (named) you are currently running.
    4 - BIND4
    8 - BIND8
    9 - BIND9


    CGI Script Alias:
    Always Create a CGI Script Alias.
    y - Yes
    n - No


    Master Nameserver:
    Enter the IP address of a primary nameserver (if this is not a primary nameserver.) that domain and subdomain updates should be sent to. If you turn this option on you will turn this server into a slave server. A trust key relationship must be established beforing entering the hostname (Optional).

    Examples: trusted.server.com, ns1.myhost.com, ns2.anotherhost.com
    Master Cluster Server:
    Enter the IP address of the master cluster server which contains information for the cluster this server belongs to (Optional).

    Examples: 1.2.3.4, 5.6.7.8, 31.3.3.7
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    all settings are double and not good what can be the problem?
     
  2. CommandLogic

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    Fix WHM duplication options

    @KEYWORDS: WHM duplication options double multiple fields messed up


    This problem happens for one of two reasons:

    a) You've reinstalled Cpanel ontop another installation and the config files have become corrupt.

    b) You ran an update from a really old version.

    Assuming this is a Linux box, to fix this problem, login via SSH to your box as root and open the file "/etc/wwwacct.conf". What you'll see is a bunch of duplication options:

    Example:

    ADDR 122.XXX.XXX.XXX
    ADDR-0
    ADDR-1
    ADDR-2
    AIMPASS
    AIMUSER
    BINDVER 9
    BINDVER-0 9
    BINDVER-1 8
    BINDVER-2 9
    CONTACTAIM
    CONTACTEMAIL
    CONTACTPAGER
    CONTACTUIN
    DEFMOD advanced
    DEFMOD-0 advanced
    DEFMOD-1 advanced
    DEFMOD-2 advanced
    ETHDEV
    FTPTYPE proftpd
    FTPTYPE-0 proftpd
    FTPTYPE-1 proftpd
    FTPTYPE-2 proftpd
    HOMEDIR /home
    HOMEDIR-0 /home
    HOMEDIR-1 /home
    HOMEDIR-2 /home
    HOMEMATCH home
    HOMEMATCH-0 home
    HOMEMATCH-1 home
    HOMEMATCH-2 home
    HOST
    HOST-0
    HOST-1
    HOST-2
    ICQPASS
    ICQUSER
    LOGSTYLE combined
    LOGSTYLE-0 combined
    LOGSTYLE-1 combined
    LOGSTYLE-2 combined
    MINUID
    NS localhost
    NS2 localhost
    NS3
    SCRIPTALIAS y
    SCRIPTALIAS-0 y
    SCRIPTALIAS-1 y
    SCRIPTALIAS-2 y
    ns4

    The easy way to fix this...

    # rm -f /etc/wwwacct.conf
    # service cpanel3 restart

    Login to web host manager and proceed to the edit setup or server setup menu to double check your settings. It should be fixed.
     
    #2 CommandLogic, May 4, 2003
    Last edited: May 4, 2003
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