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Getting “eAccelerator” error while running JETCLI

In some cases, you might get an “eAccelerator” error while running JETCLI. This can also result in an invalid machine id error –

# jetcli backup -P
[eAccelerator] This build of "eAccelerator" was compiled for PHP version 5.4.45. Rebuild it for your PHP version (5.4.31) or download precompiled binaries.
Error while trying to validate your License: Unable to get server MID

This can happen if you are executing the “jbmcli” command from inside the “root” folder –

#cd /root
[~]# pwd
/root
jetcli backup -P
[eAccelerator] This build of "eAccelerator" was compiled for PHP version 5.4.45. Rebuild it for your PHP version (5.4.31) or download precompiled binaries.
Error while trying to validate your License: Unable to get server MID

To resolve this issue, simple execute “jetcli backup” outside of the root folder –

# cd /
# jetcli backup -P
-P or --page Options:
   backupmanager::listaccounts
   backupmanager::listaccounts::backups::full
   backupmanager::listaccounts::backups::ssl
   backupmanager::listaccounts::backups::email
   backupmanager::listaccounts::backups::dnszone
   backupmanager::listaccounts::backups::cron
   backupmanager::listaccounts::backups::database
   backupmanager::orphans
   backupmanager::rotation
   backupmanager::engines
   backupmanager::destinations
   backupmanager::jobs
   backupmanager::snapshots
   clonemanager::scheduled
   logs::system
   logs::restore
   logs::jobs
   logs::snapshots
   logs::clone
   logs::backupsdownload
   logs::cpbackup
   settings::general
   settings::performance
   settings::binarylocations
   settings::restores
   settings::snapshots
   settings::backuprotation
   settings::notify
   utilities::version
   utilities::deployment