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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Phiber_Optick, Aug 12, 2003.

  1. Phiber_Optick

    Phiber_Optick Member

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    Ok. Not exactly sure what the prob is....But there are a couple.

    1. My "Service Status" displays no service status. Jut free mem and CPU....

    2. I have no option to build apache from inside the WHM.

    3. No Feature Editor

    4. No Exim Config Editor

    5. "Show Current CPU Usage" does not work.

    That's all I can think of at the moment.

    Note that "Service Status" did work before one of the recent updates. Since then it has not showed any actual "Service Status" just CPU/MEM.

    I am currently running WHM 7.4.0 Cpanel 7.4.0-R29 RedHat 7.1

    Thanks,

    -Ronan

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    Ok...Some of those must have been the Skin....cause I changed off of the XSkin and some are available...Service Status still does not work though. LOL.

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    What WHM theme are you running? Try changing to X.

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    You may want to try a different version of cPanel/WHM.

    edit /etc/cpupdate.conf
    change CPANEL= to CPANEL=stable
    Save, close & /scripts/upcp

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  5. Phiber_Optick

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    Strangely enough....that file does not even exist...

    root@cpanel [/scripts]# vi /etc/c
    chkserv.d cron.d cron.hourly cron.weekly csh.cshrc
    cpbackup.conf cron.daily cron.monthly crontab csh.login
    root@cpanel [/scripts]# locate cpupdate.conf
    root@cpanel [/scripts]# updatedb
    root@cpanel [/scripts]# locate cpupdate.conf
    root@cpanel [/scripts]#

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    Nevermind. Ran the update config, and it created the file. Changed it to stable and it is D/L now. I hope this causes no probs going from release to stable....

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    Even in "Stable", I still get no Services in my "Service Status".

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