Canonical Hostname N.A.
Listening IP 192.168.0.3
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Uptime 0 minutes
Load Averages N.A. N.A. N.A.
my stats show's online N.A
i'm runing red hat 7,3
u need to run of safe mode for this page..
how do i do that ?
easy and simple.. ;-.)
Having safe_mode set to on is not the only reason this happens? I'm experiencing the same problem (n.a.'s everywhere) and I have safe mode turned off. Does anybody have any other ideas as to why this is happening?
I'm using Mandrake 9.0 with php version 4.2.3.
Does the development team ever read these help posts and respond to them?
It turns out that the problem is with Mandrake's security. Mandrake has a program called msec which you can use to set a security level for your box. Even the lowest level locks down /proc so it can't be accessed by php.
I'm don't know how to get around it yet but I have tracked the problem down to there. Any ideas from more knowledgeable users would be greatly appreciated.
You'll need to override the default permissions for /proc (and /usr/bin/who if you want to see who's logged in) in your perm.local file for msec. More information on Mandrake and msec can be found here: http://www.mandrakesecure.net/en/docs/msec.php (Google cache: http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:x4EAiRC0A-kJ:www.mandrakesecure.net/en/docs/msec.php\)
/usr/share/msec/perm.x (where x is the permission level msec runs at, how u find out i dont know)
then c what the directory
is owned by (owner and group) then add the user that your apache server runs as (in my case 'UID=apache' [check ur /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file]) to the group to which owns the
directory. (The group file is /etc/group)
Basically make your apache running UID a part of the /proc/net group. This will then enable all those things missing on the stat page.
everything NA http://xeon.easyshellz.com/sysinfo on rh9 with plesk 7.5.1 installed . phpinfo shows safemode off and .: is in the include_path