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Thread: Error creating user after update on CentOS 5

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    Error creating user after update on CentOS 5

    Hello, we really need Your help.
    we still have a lot of servers running on CentOS 5, yesterday all of them got updates http://joxi.ru/bmoJn5wt3kMeqr and after updates it's impossible to create new users http://joxi.ru/xAeB67jcR7Yqpr
    Servers on CentOS 7 did not get any problem with this, only servers on Centos 5

    Current version of DA:
    Version: DirectAdmin v.1.57.3
    ----------------------------
    messages from DA:

    Subject: This OS is now End-Of-Life
    This OS is now End-Of-Life and no further updates are availble. The automated updater will no longer accept request after Sat Sep 21 17:59:25 2019
    (manual attempts can be done with https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=29) but may not do anything.
    -------------------------------------------
    Subject: DirectAdmin has been updated
    This is an automated message notifying you that the DirectAdmin software has been successfully updated.

    To view what has changed, please visit:
    http://www.directadmin.com/versions.php

    Could You help us?
    Thanks for any help!

    PS: i wrote in another topic, here https://forum.directadmin.com/showthread.php?t=30600
    Sorry, could not understand how to make new one

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    Confirmed:

    Code:
    [root@web custombuild]# /usr/local/directadmin/directadmin o
    Compiled on 'CentOS 5.10 64-bit'
    Compile time: Jul  9 2019 at 18:02:22
    Timestamp: '1562716862'
    Compiled with IPv6
    [root@web custombuild]# /usr/local/directadmin/directadmin v
    Version: DirectAdmin v.1.57.4
    [root@web custombuild]#
    The same issue here.

    Ticket #16913
    Regards, Alex G.

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    I hate to be the bearer of bad news.. but centos 5 for DA was EOL more than a year ago. https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=497
    a full year past Centos. Its be eol for 2 years.

    Centos ended support
    https://wiki.centos.org/FAQ/CentOS5

    . How long will CentOS 5 be supported?


    We intend to support CentOS 5 until Mar 31st, 2017 The current plan is this:

    • Full Updates (including hardware updates): Currently to Q4, 2012
    • Updates ( including minor hardware updates): Up to Q1 of 2014
    • Maintenance Updates Q1, 2011 - Mar 31st, 2017
      Full UpdatesDuring the Full Updates phase, new hardware support will be provided at the discretion of CentOS via Update Sets. Additionally, all available and qualified errata will be provided via Update Sets (or individually {and immediately} for Security level errata.) Update Sets normally will be released 2-4 times per year, with new ISOs released as part of each Update Set. In the 5.x numbering scheme, the .x is the number of the Update Set.Maintenance UpdatesDuring the Maintenance updates phase, only Security errata and select mission critical bug fixes will be released. There will be few, if any, Update Sets released.
    Thanks,
    Brent Dacus
    Just a regular guy from Tennessee

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    John has already fixed it. A fix will be pushed soon.

    p.s. Despite the CentOS 5 is EOL and all server owners are encouraged to migrate to a newer OS, they at DirectAdmin release security updates for this old OS. And I'm happy with it, though I don't run any CentOS 5 server. I've been asked to upgrade software versions on an old CentOS 5 by my customer.
    Regards, Alex G.

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