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Old 23rd March 2009, 14:35
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Hello guys,

i have simple question, how should i restart ispconfi3 service as there is nothing as /etc/init.d/ispc*
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Old 23rd March 2009, 21:57
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ISPConfig 3 has no service, so you cant restart it and there is no ned to restart it.
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In other words, what you need is to restart Apache2.

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/etc/init.d/apache2 restart
that will restart all web applications on your server.
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thanks for explaining, guys .o)
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but this isn't 100% truth

I ve modified my .vhost from apache2

Restarted apache2 and works fine

But, if I reboot, ispc restore the .vhost file

Why?
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Old 26th March 2009, 18:05
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1) Which ispconfig version?
2) Which vhsot file is restored?
3) What did you change in this vhost file?
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Old 26th March 2009, 18:08
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1) Which ispconfig version?
2) Which vhsot file is restored?
3) What did you change in this vhost file?
1
3.0.0.0 RC2 (I updated to .1 I will try again);
2
Any one that I modified /etc/apache2/sites-available/*.vhost
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AllowOverride to all
and some fix of
rewrite redirects
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Old 26th March 2009, 18:13
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1) Yes, please update to the öatest release.
2) ISPconfig 3 updates a site only when you change something in the ispconfig interface and not when the server is rebooted. You can verify that by enableing debugging in /usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/config.inc.php and then check the monitoring module after a reboot. If ISPConfig updates your sites then there will be a lot of lines which describe the update process for every website in detail.
3) The vhosts files should never be modified manually. Either you edit the master template that is used to create the files or you add your modifications to the apache directives field of the website.
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3) The vhosts files should never be modified manually. Either you edit the master template that is used to create the files or you add your modifications to the apache directives field of the website.
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1.- I need to fix a redirect problem, dunno why but one site add the rewrite directive to another file, :
If you add www redirect of a A domain
It changes the B.vhost file :S

Also I need to add "allowoveride all"

Where are the apaches directives to do this?
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Old 26th March 2009, 18:26
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If you add www redirect of a A domain
It changes the B.vhost file :S
Not on my servers. Turn on debugging if you want to check this on your server, but I'am 100% sure that only the vhost is changed were the domain belongs to.

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Where are the apaches directives to do this?
Last tab in the website settings.
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