rsutc

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I have a brand new server with CentOS, latest whm, MySQL, etc, and activated Munin but the link does not show in the plugins menu. I have uninstalled and reinstalled, restarted cpanel and logged out and in (all the obvious things) to no avail. Never had this happen before on other servers. Any advice?
 

cPanelTristan

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When you add it, do you get any errors in /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_log location? If you do not, please submit a ticket using the link in my signature or in WHM > Support Center > Contact cPanel. Please post the ticket number here afterward for tracking purposes. Thanks!
 

rsutc

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When you add it, do you get any errors in /usr/local/cpanel/logs/error_log location? If you do not, please submit a ticket using the link in my signature or in WHM > Support Center > Contact cPanel. Please post the ticket number here afterward for tracking purposes. Thanks!
When I uninstall, the following appears in the error log:

Can't locate config.pl in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib64/perl5 /usr/local/share/perl5 /usr/lib64/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl /usr/lib64/perl5 /usr/share/perl5 .) at ./uninstall line 10.


When I then reinstall I get the following errors messages, but I don't have a clue what they mean in this context, though I gather something is missing:

No 'module_name' was provided and it could not be inferred
from other properties. This will prevent a packlist from
being written for this file. Please set either 'module_name'
or 'dist_version_from' in Build.PL.
Can't find dist packages without a MANIFEST file
Run 'Build manifest' to generate one

WARNING: Possible missing or corrupt 'MANIFEST' file.
Nothing to enter for 'provides' field in metafile.
No 'module_name' was provided and it could not be inferred
from other properties. This will prevent a packlist from
being written for this file. Please set either 'module_name'
or 'dist_version_from' in Build.PL.
Can't find dist packages without a MANIFEST file
Run 'Build manifest' to generate one

WARNING: Possible missing or corrupt 'MANIFEST' file.
Nothing to enter for 'provides' field in metafile.
No 'module_name' was provided and it could not be inferred
from other properties. This will prevent a packlist from
being written for this file. Please set either 'module_name'
or 'dist_version_from' in Build.PL.
Can't find dist packages without a MANIFEST file
Run 'Build manifest' to generate one

WARNING: Possible missing or corrupt 'MANIFEST' file.
Nothing to enter for 'provides' field in metafile.
No 'module_name' was provided and it could not be inferred
from other properties. This will prevent a packlist from
being written for this file. Please set either 'module_name'
or 'dist_version_from' in Build.PL.
Can't find dist packages without a MANIFEST file
Run 'Build manifest' to generate one

WARNING: Possible missing or corrupt 'MANIFEST' file.
Nothing to enter for 'provides' field in metafile.
gmake: *** [build/plugins/node.d.sunos/io_busy_] Broken pipe
 

cPanelTristan

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Please try running the following commands to see if you can then install Munin:

Code:
/scripts/rrdtoolinstall --force
/scripts/checkperlmodules --full --force
Thanks!
 

rsutc

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The combination of those two commands generated vast output--a hardworking pair I'd say. But the outcome was that a new install of Munin worked. On looking at the graphs, it is apparent that it had indeed installed earlier, just that the plugin had not. It seems there are always a few glitches on a brand new server, but I allowed for that and will not start transferring accounts for a few days yet.

Many thanks for the help in both these two threads.

Rick
(Who's been a techie for decades but always learning new things.)
 

Lisaweb

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Wow, you're not kidding! Profuse amounts of output - but the script fixes worked for me too. Thanks Tristan! :)

The combination of those two commands generated vast output--a hardworking pair I'd say. But the outcome was that a new install of Munin worked. On looking at the graphs, it is apparent that it had indeed installed earlier, just that the plugin had not. It seems there are always a few glitches on a brand new server, but I allowed for that and will not start transferring accounts for a few days yet.

Many thanks for the help in both these two threads.

Rick
(Who's been a techie for decades but always learning new things.)