Originally Posted by unSpawn
Ah, the web-based management panel provider that allowed hundreds of servers running cPanel to get compromised...
If you're not a careless sysadmin, cPanel is not a problem... It's the "kiddie hosts" with a dollar and a dream that make up the bulk of the issues
I have not gone so far as to use a debug kernel yet... IP's are added using cPanel's interface which ties them into its "ipaliases" daemon (read: range files/etc don't work with cPanel)
My presumption is, I'm hitting a resource/system limit (think Openvz... my servers are NOT running Openvz - just to clarify) and as a result the firewall just stops passing all traffic through it
I will be the first to admit, on the debug side of Linux, my chops are pretty weak... It's only out of curiosity and failed repetitive online lurking that I've opened this thread
By all means, this is not a "fix my problem" thread, rather, help me understand.