[Solved] CageFS error when upgrading to LSWS 5.2.8

Discussion in 'Install/Configuration' started by georgetasioulis, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. georgetasioulis

    georgetasioulis Active Member


    On one of our servers, after running the lsup script to upgrade to v5.2.8 I saw this error:
     LiteSpeed WHM Plugin Installed Successfully.
    Error: /etc/cagefs/cagefs.mp file contains incorrect path - /usr/src/litespeed-wp-plugin is NOT a directory or does NOT exist
    [OK] The startup script has been successfully installed!
    Restarting LSWS
    [OK] Send SIGUSR1 to 3662813
    Indeed that directory doesn't exist, and there's no litespeed-wp-plugin directory anywhere else in the server. I have removed the line from /etc/cagefs/cagefs.mp now, but I just wanted to know if it's safe to do so, or if I should check out something else.

  2. Michael A

    Michael A Administrator Staff Member

    Hello George,

    It looks like we need to create that directory before adding it to the cage (during install I suppose) instead of later on when we first write to it.

    Thanks for finding this bug, I hope to have it fixed soon. Let me know if you run into any issues using the WHM plugin itself in the meantime.

  3. georgetasioulis

    georgetasioulis Active Member

    Hi Michael,

    Thanks! After posting this topic I commented that line, re-run lsup and the /usr/src/litespeed-wp-plugin folder is now there. I then uncommented the line and ran "cagefsctl --remount-all" so I guess everything should be OK now.

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  4. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    I think it is harmless, we expect most people will use our wordpress cache plugin to speed up wordpress.
  5. Michael A

    Michael A Administrator Staff Member

    Hello @georgetasioulis et al.,

    I just wanted to let everyone know that this issue should be fixed the the recently released LSWS 5.2.8 build 3.

    You can update to this version/build using command
    lsws/admin/misc/lsup.sh -f -v 5.2.8
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