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Information / Re: Sometimes my sites go off
« on: September 28, 2016, 02:21:51 PM »
I have had similar issue next time as test just stop and started BIND and see if starts working again.

Thanks for temp fix that's just stop gap measure but better then nothing.

But could explain you to me about 2 updates on 10/04/2016 but for most of us only showed up today or last night and nothing mentioned about httpd issue.

Secondly new build introduces dovecot/postfix isssues when its contains mail sever fixes but yet breaks them instead

Starting think guys are in it for the paid support money and starting let quality of the product suffer.

Seriously hope i am misreading it

Version (released 10/04/2016)
- fix for roundcube, phpmyadmin not working with nginx in some cases
- show user quota stats
- mail server fixes
- roundcube fixes for quota, sieve filtering
- softaculous vps detection api, for vps you will get a lower price
- new date-time changer

Version (released 10/04/2016)
- CWP API for account management
- suPHP now shows the script name and path in top or process lists (apache rebuild needed)
- CWP faster loading and possibility to work with multiple processes at the same time.
- Apache is limiting number of php processes per user
- Email Explore, read all mailboxes from one location.
.. few bugs fixed

Apache / Re: httpd stopped after adding new domain
« on: April 25, 2016, 08:48:01 PM »
Communications is key in any project free or not but fact with each and every new build cwp as introduced more issues then actually fixes.

I want see cwp succeed but they need start talking and ask user base for help testing if cannot do it themselves.

Any idea when we can expect this update to be rolled out?

Believe me for sure devs know very well the cause of the issue and simply creating an new update that  rolls back last update before this one would resolve this for everyone.

My issues is same as everyone else here and theirs more then enough information that as being provided about the issue.

The only new addition to my servers is cwp latest update we do not tend play games with our configurations.

To The Mute developers,

Can we admit cwp current build as major issue with web server portion of package (Apache or Nginx)

We have several servers that auto updated latest version and issue is present its not isolated issue.

With all due respect it would be nice if the developers of this once fine panel grew set balls and faced up to the issue.

The Silence and lack of communications from the devs is the worst part of this.

ssh in to your server as normal user and then su to login as root and then issue killall -9 httpd
then /etc/init.d/httpd restart  this will at least avoid you the reboot.

After that start looking for another panel seeing CWP people have left us all hanging:(

Apache / Re: httpd stopped after adding new domain
« on: April 19, 2016, 06:43:02 PM »
Guys face it they do not give crap about us.

Its free panel so hell with us

Until recently this panel was awesome tool and worked well but with last 2 updates its being disaster :-[

Apache / Re: Starting httpd: (98)Address already in use
« on: April 19, 2016, 01:43:59 PM »
When can we expect someone to chime in and actually fix a widespread issue?

You cannot use this panel if hosting clients as soon they add new domain Apache reload fails.

It rather amazing the developers not even updated us with least an eta for fix.

You can use following commands to restore httpd service
1. killall -9 httpd
2. /etc/init.d/httpd restart

but this is not fix

Apache / Re: Starting httpd: (98)Address already in use
« on: April 18, 2016, 02:49:08 PM »
This issue being present since last update   CWP version:

Telling someone check /var/log/message when you guys know fully aware this bug that introduced in last update.

I have CWP version: on 3 vps  and 2 dedicated servers and they all have same issue.

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