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Old 14th April 2010, 13:11
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Default Upgraded to Ubuntu 9.10 - only getting default 'IT WORKS'

I have a live version of ISPCONFIG2 running on my test machine.
Just performed an upgrade of Ubuntu to 9.10 accepted all the Maintainer updates to config (this may have been a mistake)

Everything seems to be running as it should but Apache is not finding the virtual hosts and just delivers the default 'IT WORKS' page

Any ideas how to fix this?

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Old 14th April 2010, 14:04
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Sorted - I'd lost the ISPCONFIG2 Virtual Host section from apache2.conf - must have happened during the upgrade - restored from my earlier backup and all was well again.

I think the lesson learnt - always back up config files before doing upgrade!
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