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[20150124.181821] ***** FATAL: Unable to retrieve tier version info: Interrupted system call [20150124.181821] The Administrator will be notified to review this output when this script completes [20150124.181821] E Detected events which require user notification during updatenow.Will send i Contact the log Here is the second message: c Panel not being able to update. Its not any hurdle and could not stuck for anything about logs.You must have root access to server for updating AWStats via SSH. When c Panel is set to delete domlogs after updating stats it moves the log files to a tempory location, runs the stats on it and then deletes the file.Running `/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/updatenow --upcp --log=/var/cpanel/updatelogs/update.1422141361.log` failed, exited with code 255 (signal = 0) Thank you! Many thanks :)Hello Harmeshver Singh, Thanks for the question.Kenny Hello Kenny, As this was something done by the Managed Hosting team, you will likely want to reach out to them to see if they can help. The log files are automatically archived in order to keep them from getting to large.Continue checking until all the SSL (maybe all here??
Continue checking until all the SSL (maybe all here?? Well I did some googling just now and found this: Create a new file in /etc/logrotate.d/ (we called it apache-customlogs) with this info in it: /usr/local/apache/domlogs/Another post said to make sure I had the proper settings in Tweak: [ON]Delete each domain's access logs after stats run [OFF] Do not reset /usr/local/apache/domlogs/ftpxferlog after it has been seperated into each domain name's ftp log Ideas anyone?? (I'm good with logic but not actual writting) sometime after the nightly log rotating is complete - maybe as a call from the log rotate script at completion time??If you do not have any time left with them, you may also want to reach out to our Live Support team for specific configuration and what may be causing the issue. You would need to submit a verified support ticket to request a copy of older logs on the server.Apologies that I can't provide a direct answer in this case.Yes, if it’s not updating automatically then you can update it manually.You can done this from the c Panel and also from the command line.
If you look in the apache error log (/usr/local/apache/log/error_log) it should reveal itself.