var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
can not build apache!!
im using cpanel with apache web server!when ever i wanna rebiuld and customize apache,i see :
and then nothing happens...!
!! Symlink encountered (/usr/local/apache/etc), preserving target (conf)... !!
!! Backup of working apache complete. !!
Checking that all tarballs are present and up to date.
Checking that all packages are present and up to date.
would you help me please help..!
Maybe it's a good idea to ask your hosting provider or cpanel reseller about this issue.
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please check your includes config, I guess there is a custom enabled mod configs, (ie fcgid, evasive, dso, suphp,)
also you may need to contact your cPanel resellers or may be hiring Server admin as NQhost suggested.
How much guaranteed and burstable ram does your VPS have? You might be nearing the limits and when you run easyapache bump over and get the results you see, try ssh into your VPS and run /scripts/easyapache as the shell option requires much less ram to build apache/php and if you still run into problems consult your provider or cPanel vendor.
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please update your server with
command and also update your apache with easy apache .
Can you install your own Apache build without breaking cPanel?
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If your provider cannot help you out and you have run out of other options take alook at
platinumservermanagement.com I believe its still $29/m they should be able to help you.
may be you can check how much log files the old apache folder have or rebuild the rpmdatabase too
We need more information to determine why the compile failed.
Further up there will usually be an indication of what caused the compile to fail, usually it's a syntax error or a missing/incompatible dependancy.
I would suggest finding out what the fault is before you try to do random things on your server like update the os or rebuild the rpm database... That is not the correct way to troubleshoot a problem
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