These forums are not for questions about ModSecurity, just the cmc script itself
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- Joined: 12 Dec 2006, 14:56
I am seeing that since cPanel added the Mod_Security tools, the CMC option to set one domain with rules off is no longer working.
Is this an incompatibility?
Also, since cPanel added the Mod_Security option, the files ip.dir and ip.pag
are growing so huge that CMC now is showing the following error:
"collections_remove_stale: Failed deleting collection (name "ip", key "xx.xx.xx.xx"): Internal error".
This didn't happen before cPanel added the Mod_Security tool.
I created a cron to delete those files and when deleted the error disappears, until it grows again.
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- Joined: 01 Oct 2008, 09:24
That is to be expected. You should only use one or the other - cPanel's new UI feature, or the manual /usr/local/apache/config/modsec2.user.conf - not both.
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- Joined: 12 Jan 2007, 20:43
Why not? They both simply just manage config files. I like cpanels mod_sec logging better and its vendor process and and autoupdating, but they have no user users management, which cmc is good for.
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- Joined: 28 Nov 2014, 00:15
any solution on this
cpanel ui can not be disabled
rules exlusion does not work any more
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- Joined: 14 Jan 2016, 09:35
im also interested with the issue,do you still use cmc to control the rules well ?
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