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Old 24th April 2006, 22:34
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Default ISPConfig remoting plugin Beta 2 released

The Beta 2 of the ISPConfig remoting plugin has been released.

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http://www.ispconfig.org/remoting_plugin.htm
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Old 24th April 2006, 23:32
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Well done ISPconfig team.

It's late now, but I will be playing with it 1st thing tomorrow.. That is.. If my server is up :-/
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awesome, lookin forward to 2.3.0
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I installed the latest ispconfig-dev and ISPConfig remoting plugin and its working very, very goooood!!! I am soooo haaaapppy! Thank you Till and Falko so much!!
I have one question. After I have added a user and a web remotely the apache (the server apache, not ispconfig apache port 81) is not restarted. Is this a known issue or how can I make it restart, so the changes takes affect?

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I have one question. After I have added a user and a web remotely the apache (the server apache, not ispconfig apache port 81) is not restarted. Is this a known issue or how can I make it restart, so the changes takes affect?
Any errors in the Apache log? Any errors when you restart Apache?
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Old 27th April 2006, 09:25
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I have 3 machines with Debian 3.1 and Ispconfig 2.3.0-dev. In one of them, I have Apache 2 and there is no problem with that one. In the two other machines I have apache 1.3, and apache is never restarted by ispconfig on them, but it is not working with ispconfig 2.2.0 either. Even if I try to stop and restart apache in services in ispconfig the apache is not restared. Only if i make a apachectl restart in cmd manually, apache is restarted without errors

Can It be that ispconfig i trying a apache2ctl restart on the machines, like the one working?

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Old 27th April 2006, 10:07
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ISPConfig uses the apache startscript in /etc/init.d/

Does it work when you restart apache manually with the script provided in /etc/init.d directory?

Which value is in the field: dist_httpd_daemon of the table isp_server in the mysql database. There is only one record in the table.
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ISPConfig uses the apache startscript in /etc/init.d/
Which value is in the field: dist_httpd_daemon of the table isp_server in the mysql database. There is only one record in the table.
One record and it puts apache2 which is wrong. I changed to apache and now it's working! Do you think there is a bug in the installation that apache1.3 is recognized as apache2?
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Do you think there is a bug in the installation that apache1.3 is recognized as apache2?
Do you have two Apache versions installed on the system, and was Apache2 running at the time you installed ISPConfig?
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No, only one apache installed, apache2 has never been installated either in the machine but in debian by default, has the /etc/init.d/apache2 file installed. Perhaps the installation is locking for that file?
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