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Old 29th January 2008, 20:56
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Originally Posted by CeuL
1) Change my mount directory of the hdd, to the default web directory of ispconfig.

2) Edit the data in mysql databse and change the directory to my mounting point of that hdd.

Is there another way? This is not very importante, since its solved, but if theres a proper way to do it, i would like to know.
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Originally Posted by CeuL
And the main problem, wich is getting on my nerves, and after reading all the available topics and threads that showed similar problems with mine, i couldnt find any that was exactly the same, and after trying all the solutions provided in those threads, still it doesnt work.

When i add a new site, it works perfectly, except for the bit that it doesnt add the new website information to the vhost file in etc/apache2/vhost dir.

And, not only that, it doesnt show up any other file in that dir.

heres the log ( of a new fresh install of ispconfig ) with only 2 sites added to the same client:



when i try to run
/root/ispconfig/php/php -q /root/ispconfig/scripts/writeconf.php
the php prog just hangs... when i run another .php file, it works ok.

So i decided to do something i read in another thread

m -f /root/ispconfig/.ispconfig_lock

Run the command again, and still the same... no display of what so ever, and just stands there until i "break" the php program with ctrl+c.

running the strace to the command above it shows ( in a loop )



It writes de http.conf in apache2 dir, and several files with the date added have shown up... so is there anything you can to do help?

Thanks for your time and atention.
What's at the end of your main httpd.conf? What are the outputs of
Code:
ls -la /root/ispconfig
and
Code:
ls -la /home/admispconfig
?
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