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Re: Strange SPAM CPU Usage
« Reply #30 on: December 14, 2016, 10:22:25 pm »
Seeing the Capture #3, i understand that you are ALLOWED to select the PATH of the directory and you select to be a subdirectory.

So it is not a Cpanel problem but your choice. It is NOT auto-created but your choice.

Create the addon-domain outside public_html (in the same level as public_html) and move all in there and see if that solve your problems.
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Re: Strange SPAM CPU Usage
« Reply #31 on: December 15, 2016, 12:15:25 am »
After your warning I have one more time checked add on panel, yes /public_html/ is being created automatically but panel gives option where I can remove /public_html/ ( rename ). Please see secreenshoot at the attachment.

I have already renamed one folder ( deleted /public_html/ ), it is also working there.
Now for this problem occured domain ( nannyturkey.com ) I prefer to wait untill problem repeats again. Last 40 hours did not occur a problem and I amstill obsorving it.

Or should I change directory ( remove /public_html/ right now ) ? What do you recommend?
 




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Re: Strange SPAM CPU Usage
« Reply #32 on: December 15, 2016, 03:00:13 am »
After your warning I have one more time checked add on panel, yes /public_html/ is being created automatically but panel gives option where I can remove /public_html/ ( rename ). Please see secreenshoot at the attachment.

I have already renamed one folder ( deleted /public_html/ ), it is also working there.
Now for this problem occured domain ( nannyturkey.com ) I prefer to wait untill problem repeats again. Last 40 hours did not occur a problem and I amstill obsorving it.

Or should I change directory ( remove /public_html/ right now ) ? What do you recommend?

Sorry, i can't help more.

This is more likely a hosting problem, since Osclass doesn't suffer from all that.

Since this is getting hairy, please ask your hosting for more help. They know better.

For me, when i create a addon domain, i can put whatever as Document Root. You say you can't.

Anyway, waiting will not solve your problems, praying also that they also don't come back will not help. I mean .... if you don't get rid/solve those FATAL errors, you wont' be ok.

« Last Edit: December 15, 2016, 03:02:45 am by Aficionado »

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Re: Strange SPAM CPU Usage
« Reply #33 on: December 15, 2016, 03:12:12 am »
Also this is from Godaddy's support wiki:

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Add addon domains to host multiple websites

If you want to host a website besides your primary domain name, you can use cPanel's Addon domain feature.

Addon Domains are only available for Deluxe and Ultimate cPanel shared hosting accounts. For more information, see What type of hosting account do I have?

    Log in to your GoDaddy account.
    Click Web Hosting.
    Next to the hosting account you want to use, click Manage.
    In the Domains section, click Addon Domains.
    Complete the following fields, and then click Add Domain.
        New Domain Name — Enter the domain name you want to use.
        Subdomain/FTP Username — Enter the FTP username you want to use.
        Document Root — Enter the name of a directory you want to create in the home directory. You'll upload the New Domain Name's files to this directory to make its website display.
        Password & Password (Again) — Enter the FTP password you want to use.

Adding domains to your cPanel account simultaneously creates FTP users for the domain name. This FTP user has access to the domain name's Document Root and all of its subdirectories, but nothing above it.

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Re: Strange SPAM CPU Usage
« Reply #34 on: December 15, 2016, 11:10:32 am »
Thanks for your help untill now, I will also ask Godaddy when next problem occured.
I have already asked HOSTDIME before, they said that this was a problem of OSCLASS software.
My only aim is to help OSCLAS's bettering, I really liked this project and I would like to contribute OSCLASS and it's users / community.

Therefore I need to be % 100 sure about the source of this error and how to repair or prevent it.

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Re: Strange SPAM CPU Usage
« Reply #35 on: December 15, 2016, 12:08:01 pm »

I have already asked HOSTDIME before, they said that this was a problem of OSCLASS software.
My only aim is to help OSCLAS's bettering, I really liked this project and I would like to contribute OSCLASS and it's users / community.

Therefore I need to be % 100 sure about the source of this error and how to repair or prevent it.

I can assure you this is not a problem from Osclass. It is either Hosting or User installation error/problem.

I run 5 Osclass for more than 3 years now, with a few thousands hits per month without a single problem (under two shared high-end hosting plans) and i also maintain a few osclass installations for customers. Works great.