[solved] No modules after login

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  1. RYP

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    Hello,

    i installed Elastix 2.0.3
    when i acces the WebUI and after authentification i get a white page which say "no modules".
    sometimes, it works fine but for some reasons i get this white page.

    When i'm able to access the web interface, i made some configuration, save them and suddenly the next page return a blank.

    Any idea about this issue ?
    Where to look at ?
    I need to restart the server at each time it's freezing ..

    Many thanks in advance for you response.

    RYP
     
  2. fmvillares

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    Re: No modules after login

    mmm with so little info is hard to say but its probably an apache server issue in your system
     
  3. RYP

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    Re: No modules after login

    issue has been solved : end_request : i/o error, /dev/hdb ...

    it works fine after fixing bad blocks on HD and new elastix setup.

    set this thread solved

    many thanks
     
  4. fmvillares

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    Re: No modules after login

    ok byt it was due to a bad install broken HD? wrong permissions in apache? bad sata driver?
     
  5. RYP

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    looks like an hd failure : bad magic number in super-block
     
  6. fmvillares

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    OK just for the common failures record and solutions tables
     
  7. radtel_ken

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    I have this error too, how did you solve this RYP?

    the error seen on the console is:

    end_request: I/O error, dev hdd, sector 96123831923
    end_request: I/O error, dev hdd, sector (etc.)
    end_request: I/O error, dev hdd, sector (etc.)
    end_request: I/O error, dev hdd, sector (etc.)
    end_request: I/O error, dev hdd, sector (etc.)
    journal commit I/O error
    ext3_abort called
    EXT3-fs error (device dm-0): ext3_journal_start_sb: Detected ...
    Remounting filesystem read-only

    Message from syslogd0@ Mon Jan 9 08:33:30 2012 ...
    localhost kernel: journal commit I/O error


    Please advise..


    Thanks

    R_K
     
  8. Bob

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    radtel_ken,

    There are generally three things (but not limited to) that cause this sort of issue

    1) Hard disk with bad sectors
    2) CD/DVD Drive that is dusty/dirty/out of alignment
    3) Bad Burn on the CD/DVD

    The first one is not common, especially with some of the later hard drives, but if your hard drive is a bit old, then it could be having some issues

    The second is the most common one, where a DVD/CD drive hasn't been used in a while (especially from a machine pressed back into service). Open the tray and really blow hard (without the spit)....this may correct your issue or replace the drive (cheap nowadays)

    The last one is possible, and may be the result of an Old DVD/CD Drive, and also a burn that might be a little crook. Burn the DVD/CD at the slow speed of say 4x or 8x and see if this corrects your issue, as this can help especially with older CD/DVD drives.

    Whilst the white screen or missing menu options can be caused by several issues, the most common reasons are because of the reasons above.

    Furthermore your error report, tells me that you have a device called hdd, and you probably have other devices such as hda, hdb, and hdc in the system. I am taking a wild guess and say that your device marked hdd is actually your CDROM/DVD, which is throwing up the errors. I assume that you are using IDE devices.

    Regards

    Bob
     
  9. radtel_ken

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    Bob,

    Thanks for the quick response.
    The way I see it, it may be the 2nd or 3rd option you stated may be the issue, the Hard disk was newly been bought. I'll take your advise in trying to change the DVD writer and burning the DVD slower. We are using SATA cables, the appliances are all new.

    Sincerely,

    radtel_ken
     
  10. Amphibian

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    I seem to be having this same issue and am using a new hd, a 1tb drive.

    But, it only occurs with 2 users out of the five I have setup on a test box.

    3 users have no probs signing on from out side the internal network or inside the internal network, 2 users when signing on are getting blank pages after authentication when signing on from remote locations and when signing on the internal network their pages display just fine after authentication.

    I'm not getting any hd errors. Any suggestions?

    I have even removed the two users and and then went back and set them up again and same issues.


    Thanks

    Amphibian
     
  11. radtel_ken

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    Bob,

    The problem end_request was solved by changing a new HARD DISK, it has many bad sectors prior to installation.

    Thanks,

    radtel_ken
     
  12. Bob

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    Thanks for posting your resolution.

    A large percentage of these sorts of issues are related to hard disk issues or CD/DVD Rom issues.

    Great that you are all up and running... :)

    Regards

    Bob
     

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