It's very rare that it cannot be figured out, but if not, the last resort is setup another cronjob for monthly calls to get License.sh:
id=406 which you're welcome to do if the get works.
1) If the cron is runnning (update is being attempted), but is failing, you should be getting a notice in the Message System with this subject:*** An error has occurred while trying to update the license file ***If you are not getting such a notice every day, then it's possible that the DA crontab is not working. id=107 If you are getting the message, thee should be an error to go with it.
2) You can manually test the functioned used for the automated update of the license.
You can also use your birth certificate, but will need one of the following in addition: Yes, but beware.They'll be checking the tyres are legal, lights are not broken and working, external mirrors are present and not cracked, and the windscreen is clean and not damaged.Because all licenses are portioned, monthly license updates are going to be required to keep Direct Admin running.If this process isn't working, we can manually run the update to see why it's not working.
To do this, run:cd /usr/local/directadmin echo 'action=update&value=license' data/task.queue; ./dataskq d2000This should attempt the download, and also give you a notice, similar to step #1, above.
Check the log for any errors that might not have been given to you in the Message Systemtail -n 10 /var/log/directadmin/3) If you're running on a LAN, you'll need to ensure you've set the lan_ip option in your