Tag: error message

call_handlers: DEFER during call ‘/usr/local/psa/handlers/info/05-grey-tqyVhg/executable’ handler OR Message cannot be delivered and error “Unable to stat entry

Error: call_handlers: DEFER during call ‘/usr/local/psa/handlers/info/05-grey-tqyVhg/executable’ handler OR Message cannot be delivered and error “Unable to stat entry ‘/usr/local/psa/handlers/info/10-spam-0gemCa/executable’ You see the above error message in the mail logs because the configuration of the handlers i.e. 10-spam-0gemCa are broken. In this case, you need to either delete them OR move […]

VPS iptables rule limit is too low.

You may come across with a “numiptent” error message while restarting iptables or whatever firewall (say csf) you have installed on your VPS. The error appear as follows: The VPS iptables rule limit (numiptent) is too low (200/250) – stopping firewall to prevent iptables blocking all connections There is a […]

Quota getstat syscall: Inappropriate ioctl for device

You may receive the error message while starting a VPS on OpenVZ server. vzquota : (error) Quota getstat syscall for id 101: Inappropriate ioctl for device vzquota init failed [3] This is a typical Quota error message on OpenVZ servers while starting a VPS. The message indicates that you need […]

IP Access restriction policy in Plesk

Plesk offers an IP restriction policy which allows an administrator to restrict Plesk panel access to certain IPs. If your IP is not in the allowed list, you will receive the following error message while accessing the Plesk control panel: Error: Access for administrator from address ‘xx.xx.xx.xx’ is restricted in […]

Fatal! Write Failure: /etc/valiases/domain.tld

You may see error “Fatal! Write failure” error message while adding email forwarders OR setting a catchall email address from cPanel >> “Email Accounts” section. The error is: Fatal! Write Failure: /etc/valiases/domainname.tld. Ignore any messages of success this can only result in failure! The reason is the /etc/valiases/domainname.tld file is […]

Starting sshd: Privilege separation user does not exist

The error message “Starting sshd: Privilege separation user sshd does not exist FAILED” is received on restarting the SSHD service. It indicates that the user ‘sshd’ does not exist at all. To fix the sshd privileges issue, you need to add the ‘sshd’ user on the server. Edit the file […]

/usr/bin/crontab permissions are wrong (6755)

While adding a cron job from cPanel, you may see an error message as /usr/bin/crontab permissions are wrong (6755). Please set to 4755. The reason is quite simple, the “crontab” executable have incorrect permissions as stated in the error message. The permissions of /usr/bin/crontab should be 4755. root@server [~]# ls […]