- Category : Linux Helpline (Easy Guide)
- Posted on : Jun 25, 2019
- Views : 1,049
- By : Radcliff S.
First step is to create the following file, it should disable cpanellogd:
Now kill all cpanel logd process by finding the PIDs
ps aux | grep cpanellogd kill -9 PID#
Above please replace PID# with the PID number for the process running for cpanellogd.
Additionally, to ensure cPanel restart does not start cpanellogd (I tested and even with the /etc/cpanellogddisable file, cPanel restart still tries to restart the process), you would want to move the following files:
mv /usr/local/cpanel/cpanellogd /usr/local/cpanel/cpanellogd.bak mv /usr/local/cpanel/libexec/cpanellogd /usr/local/cpanel/libexec/cpanellogd.bak
After doing the above steps, cpanellogd should no longer run on your machine.
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