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Old 7th December 2010, 14:22
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The ssl config is only written if all required ssl files are there in ssl directory of the website (the crt and the .key file). When that requirement is met, ispconfig writes the ssl configuration and tries to restart apache, if the restart of apache fails, it rolls back to the last working configuration state (vhost file) and stores a copy of the non working vhost configuration in the sites-available folder with a extension to the name. The extension is .error or so if I remember correctly.
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