ISPConfig3 Lists no server and does not write changes.
I've been searching the net all day, and I paid for the howtoforge subscription to download the documentation for ispconfig, and couldn't find an answer in there either. The closest thing I could find was this old thread. It pretty much sums up my problem, but was posted in 2005 for ISPConfig 2.
I followed the - perfect guide for debian-squeeze-with-bind-and-dovecot.
However a good portion of the guide was skipped (OS installation) as this is simply a Debian image provided by my vps host. Debian 6 64bit
2.6.32-194.26.1.el5.028stab081.1 x86_64 GNU/Linux
There were no errors during the installation.
I have enabled debugging via modifying the /usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/config.inc.php file. (It wasn't possible to enable it through the web UI due to no server showing up in the list to configure)
Scrolling through the logfile I see a lot of:
I checked the 'server' table, (there is no isp_server table) and it has zero records.
I should add that I already had some bind records and vhosts setup on this system before installing ispconfig. It's a simple sites-available links to sites-enabled setup. All of the current vhosts (only 3 at the moment) are simple named hosts. My vps only has two IP's at the moment. The nameserver, is setup with ns1.mydomain.com and ns2.mydomain.com pointing to each ip, and then each actual domains simply have an A record pointing to the first IP.
I also have Webmin running but I don't see how that should be a problem.
I just don't know what to check next.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
EDIT: one more thing, I do have a php prepend script that simply fixes the value of DOCUMENT_ROOT. Considering ISPConfig is all php, I figured this may be somewhat relevant.
The server record is created by the ispconfig installer and ispconfig can not work without it as it contains the configuration details of the system. If the server record is missing, then ispconfig is not fully installed and has to be reinstalled.
The most likely reason for your problem is a modified PHP setup or ther conflicting configuration as a server where you install ISPConfig should be empty (debian minimal system with just ssh installed ) and then follow the perfect setup guide from step 5when you start witha image from your vps provider. If you install ispconfig on a system that has already websites or a different controlpanel installed, then its likely that the system will not work properly.
In any case, you will have to uninstall ispconfig first by using the uninstall.php script which is in the ISPConfig install folder in the tar.gz file, then check your php configuration and remove everything that might be non standrard like your prepend script or any excluded php functions and then install ISPConfig again.
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