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Old 12th March 2009, 02:31
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Default Apache Directive errors

Hi,

I've had a problem quite a few times with clients setting Apache Directives and wondered if anyone had a solution. What happens is a client can accidently make an error in an apache directive, save the changes and then ISPConfig tries to save it. When I check the ISPconfig log it does a check on the conf which fails so it automatically rolls back to the last working conf settings.

This is fantastic as apache keeps running, except the user doesn't know they have made a mistake and neither do I. I've even had it happen that days later changes I make aren't being saved, I check the logs and find that someone set a bad directive on another site days ago.

So I was just wondering if anyone knows a way to notify them or me that their is an error which a change they have just made?

Thanks,

bwragg
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