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control-panels:cpanel-whm:why-cpanel-requests-reboots [2019/05/28 07:08]
Jonathan K. W.
control-panels:cpanel-whm:why-cpanel-requests-reboots [2019/05/29 06:23]
Jonathan K. W.
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-====== Why cPanel ​requests/recommends ​reboots ======+====== Why does cPanel ​request/recommend ​reboots======
  
 When running a Linux server there may be periods of time where you require a reboot. These do not typically happen often, but they are required when certain updates occur to the core system files those being systemd related packages and kernel updates(KVM/​Dedicated only). When running a Linux server there may be periods of time where you require a reboot. These do not typically happen often, but they are required when certain updates occur to the core system files those being systemd related packages and kernel updates(KVM/​Dedicated only).
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 These servers won't receive any reboot notification emails. They'​ll only get the cPanel '​reboot required'​ message in WHM due to reboots for system related services(such as systemd, dbus, etc). These servers won't receive any reboot notification emails. They'​ll only get the cPanel '​reboot required'​ message in WHM due to reboots for system related services(such as systemd, dbus, etc).
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 +cPanel does this by polling/​querying the '​needs-restarting'​ command then generates this message in WHM based on its output.
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 ==== KVM ==== ==== KVM ====
  
control-panels/cpanel-whm/why-cpanel-requests-reboots.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/10 15:26 by Karson N.