Default Server Page

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by danielhartman, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. danielhartman

    danielhartman New Member

    Hello,

    When i go to my server IP Adress, i see a website that's in my list.
    When you go to my IP Adress, i want to see my own website, not one of my customers.
    How do i do this?

    Daniel Hartman,

    Sorry for my bad English, i'm from Holland.
     
  2. cbj4074

    cbj4074 Member

  3. danielhartman

    danielhartman New Member

    I saw that documentation, but where do i find the config file from apache in ISPConfig?
     
  4. cbj4074

    cbj4074 Member

    An important disclaimer: do not attempt to edit Apache configuration files directly (e.g., with a text editor) on a system that is running ISPConfig. ISPConfig will overwrite the changes, which will invariably lead to frustration and confusion.

    That said, you can view the effective directives by browsing files in the /etc/apache2/sites-available directory.

    To effect changes on those files, use the ISPConfig interface. ISPConfig generates the vhost configuration files dynamically from information contained in the ISPConfig database.

    My main point here is that while you cannot edit the files directly, you can make changes in ISPConfig, via the interface, and see how the changes affect the files.

    It's also important to be aware that ISPConfig schedules changes to its internal DB; it does not make them in real-time. So, there will be up to a one-minute delay between the time the change is made in the interface and the time the change is written to disk. The queued changes can be viewed in the Monitor interface (under "Show jobqueue").

    You should not need to restart Apache between changes made via the ISPConfig interface; ISPConfig reloads configuration files automatically for such changes.
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2011
  5. danielhartman

    danielhartman New Member

    Is there a way i can edit it in ISPConfig?
    I can't find that feature.
    In /etc there is no apache2 or something..
     
  6. cbj4074

    cbj4074 Member

    The extent of what can be configured via ISPConfig is in: System (top nav) -> Server Config (left nav) -> Web (tab).

    This page will show you where ISPConfig is storing its Apache configuration files (and more).
     

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