Job Queue

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by beenfishing, May 13, 2012.

  1. beenfishing

    beenfishing New Member

    I have loads of jobs pending in the queue, this has just started out of the blue.

    Debian multiserver installation.

    If i comment out the cronjob on the main server and run
    rm -f /usr/local/ispconfig/server/temp/.ispconfig_lock
    and then

    I get the following:

    13.05.2012-18:51 - DEBUG - Set Lock: /usr/local/ispconfig/server/temp/.ispconfig _lock
    13.05.2012-18:51 - DEBUG - No Updated records found, starting only the core.
    13.05.2012-18:51 - DEBUG - Remove Lock: /usr/local/ispconfig/server/temp/.ispcon fig_lock

    Any siggestions?
  2. beenfishing

    beenfishing New Member

    Still battling with this.

    Just a quick question, in a multiserver setup, do i need to stop the cronjob and run on all the servers or just the control panel server?
  3. beenfishing

    beenfishing New Member

    More info, just noticed that if I view the logs from the monitor page, my main server (web and cp) logs are showing and all my other server logs only show up to the 11th.

    Not really getting anywhere here.
  4. beenfishing

    beenfishing New Member

    Ok, think I'm onto something.

    Ran the on all servers and they where all fine except the 2nd dns server. It gave the below errors.

    sh: repquota: command not found
    sh: repquota: command not found

    Any advice?

  5. beenfishing

    beenfishing New Member

    Another update.

    I have managed to get all the server to run successfully.

    I also think I know what could be wrong.

    When trying to install roundcube on the main server, I followed a tutorial that said I must add a roundcube database and flush the privileges which I did.

    Could this cause the other server to lose connection to the main server?

    Please advise.

  6. beenfishing

    beenfishing New Member

    Just another update for anyone else experiencing the same problem as me.

    After hours of searching I found a thread that said I must flush the mysql hosts cache.

    After doing that all returned to normal.

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