Apache2 dies after manual removal of ISPConfig

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by showe1966, Jan 4, 2007.

  1. showe1966

    showe1966 New Member

    I decided to manually remove ISPconfig according to instructions , that is to say:
    rm -rfv /root/ispconfig
    rm -vrf /home/admispconfig

    (BTW It's not that the software is no good, it is just totally OTT for a person of my skill level (i.e. not a lot of experience in running a server.).).

    That went fine.

    However, it took me 12 hours to notice that the removal had killed apache2 !
    urgggg.

    I got apache2 working again by restoring the original apache 2 config file:-
    cd /etc/apache2
    rm -v apache2.conf
    cp -v apache2.conf.orig apache2.conf

    obviously , you'd want to check from the ispconfig install log that you have the backup file before you ...erm...remove apache2.conf ;-)
    if you restart apache, it will then work.

    I'm wondering what else is now kludged by the removal ???!!!
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    To remove ISPConfig, you would have to run the script /root/ispconfig/uninstall

    Removing just the directories will not remove the cronjobs and other configurations added by ISPConfig.
     

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