Error when try instaling zPanel on Centos

  • Posted December 11, 2013

When i try acces, give me the error: Critical Error: [0100] - Unable to connect or authenticate to the ZPanel database (zpanel_core). We advice that you contact the server administrator to ensure that the database server is online and that the correct connection parameter are being used.

I’m trying start mysql server but no succes…

[root@HoostLinux01 ~]# sudo service mysqld start Another MySQL daemon already running with the same unix socket. Starting mysqld: [FAILED]


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The Zpanel will appear to be working fine, if I reboot the box through my command line, <br> <br>shutdown -r now <br> <br>It happens every morning, I wake up and see all my websites hosted on the zpanel droplet gets crashed, with the below ERROR message. <br> <br>Critical Error: [0100] - Unable to connect or authenticate to the ZPanel database (zpanel_core). <br> <br> <br>Any help would be appreciated.

Destroy it and start over, Ive wiped a few droplets that Ive screwed up all by myself and Zpanel hasnt failed me yet. Very clear instructions here.

That means MySQL isn’t started. Try starting it: <pre>sudo service mysql start</pre>

Hello Two4, thank your for help. <br>I have this error in therminal: <br>ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can’t connect to local MySQL server through socket ‘/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock’ (13) <br> <br>Before attempting to install zPanel, I had the same error trying to install phpMyAdmin: <br>phpMyAdmin - Erro <br>#2002 - Can’t connect to local MySQL server through socket ‘/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock’ (13) <br>The server is not responding (or the local server’s socket is not correctly configured).

my mistake, it seems DO community questions doesn’t like anything between > and < signs. the command is ‘mysql -u username -p password’, replacing ‘username’ and ‘password’ with the credentials you configured zPanel with

check that the mysql user account you’ve configured zPanel to use has the correct privileges and is allowed to connect on localhost. You can do this in the terminal with the command ‘mysql -u <username> -p <password>’, replacing <username> and <password> with the same credentials you configured zPanel with. Also, I’d recommend NOT using zPanel, as it’s a security trainwreck.