Jul 07

i’ve a problem when i tried to export db from phpmyadmin cpanel to file
it shows

export.php: Missing parameter: what (FAQ 2.8)
export.php: Missing parameter: export_type (FAQ 2.8)
from the FAQ i’ve also edit all requirement there but the problem still exist

2.8 I get “Missing parameters” errors, what can I do?

Here are a few points to check:

  • In config.inc.php, try to leave the $cfg[‘PmaAbsoluteUri’] directive empty. See also FAQ 4.7.
  • Maybe you have a broken PHP installation or you need to upgrade your Zend Optimizer. See http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=31134.
  • If you are using Hardened PHP with the ini directive varfilter.max_request_variables set to the default (200) or another low value, you could get this error if your table has a high number of columns. Adjust this setting accordingly. (Thanks to Klaus Dorninger for the hint).
  • In the php.ini directive arg_separator.input, a value of “;” will cause this error. Replace it with “&;”.
  • If you are using Hardened-PHP, you might want to increase request limits.
  • The directory specified in the php.ini directive session.save_path does not exist or is read-only.

when i run any query on the phpmyadmin i also get this error

You probably tried to upload too large files

Solution :

These errors were occurring because the values you had specified in WHM -> Tweak Settings for:
-PHP Max Post Size for cPanel PHP in Megabytes (default 55M with a maximum value of 2047M)
-PHP Max Upload Size for cPanel PHP in Megabytes (default 50M with a maximum value of 2047M)

did not have the trailing “M” — for example, you had “50” instead of “50M”.. This meant that the max post size and max upload size were 50 bytes instead of 50 megabytes.

May 30

Actually i have 2 kind of problem with my test.com domain on the cpanel. First of all when i browse test.com it always redirecting to  test.com/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi

second problem when i try to remove test.com from the cpanel i got this error

Error from park wrapper: Sorry, you do not control the domain test.com

After some googling i found similar problem on http://www.wowtutorial.org/tutorial/316.html -> How to Fixed /cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi in Cpanel

Then i also try to update my cpanel to Bleeding EDGE with the similar step from the blog

Login into WHM
user : root
pass : [root password]

Click “update preferences” on the left menu under Server Configuration
Click “Manual Updates Only (bleeding EDGE tree)”
Click SAVE

Login into the server with root access Running update script
$/scripts/upcp –force

Rebuild httpd.conf

Restart cpanel dan httpd
$/etc/init.d/cpanel restart
$/etc/init.d/httpd restart

But it is the same, my domain is still redirecting to /cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi then i try to remove the test.com from my testing cpanel account and i got this error

Error from park wrapper: Sorry, you do not control the domain test.com

Then i do this step to remove test.com from the cpanel

first of all login to your ssh cpanel

backup your cpanel user data first on /var/cpanel/userdata/

#  cd /var/cpanel/userdata/
# tar -czvf /root/testing.tgz testing/

go to your  main user files to remove the domain that you want to remove
# cd /var/cpanel/userdata/
# cd idbgroup/
# vim main

test.com: test.testing.info

go to /var/cpanel/users and backup the user data info
# cd /var/cpanel/users
# cp -a testing /root/testing.20100528

go to idbgroup files to remove domain that we want to remove test.com

# vim idbgroup


run script to update

# /scripts/updateuserdomains

This will read the user files in /var/cpanel/users and make any needed synchronization with other system files, such as Apache and ftp.

# /scripts/killdns test.com
This script will  Delete a dns zone for the domain we want to remove

# /scripts/rebuildhttpdconf
Rebuild the httpd.conf

remove test.com on /etc/localdomains
#  vim  /etc/localdomains

Restart httpd

# service httpd restart

change group owner for /var/cpanel/users/idbgroup
# chgrp idbgroup /var/cpanel/users/idbgroup

remove the test.com domain cache  on /var/cpanel/userdata/testing
# cd /var/cpanel/userdata
# cd testing/
rm testingcom.idbgroup.info.cache

run script
# /scripts/updateuserdomains
# /scripts/rebuildhttpdconf
# service httpd restart

Then add the domain your cpanel -> domains -> addon domain , add test.com and it seems fix the test.com 🙂