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whm locks my server

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by baldor, Mar 5, 2008.

  1. baldor

    baldor Active Member

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    last nigth and today whm locks my server. apache does not work, ssh does not accept password and when i loged in whm, i see a page with two button, "i agree" and "i dissagree" but there is no text.

    when i clicked "i agree" button, left menu loaded but rigth frame still same waiting with two button.

    i have verified my server license and it is active.

    is anybody gets an error like this, what must i do?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    no, i am using this server with cpanel more than 4 months. it cant be a setup problem. when i restart server it works normally.

    one day before i installed assp, then i got strange errors
     
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    Hi there,

    Do you have KVM Access - if so why don't you watch the server boot via the KVM & see what happens it may give a better & clearer picture of the problem...

    Also - why dont you try some memory test - if you can't speak to your DC I am sure they could sort something..

    Personally, id watch it boot over kvm - it could be something so *simple* syntax error in the php.ini.

    Have you tried to recomplie apache with anything new before the fail, if so did the complie go through as it should??

    Let us know how things go!
     
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