HELP - websites gone in ispconfig

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by itgroup, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. itgroup

    itgroup New Member

    I have just noticed after a failed upgrade to ispconfig, all my websites are missing. Well, actually the ispconfig installed on the SECOND attempt, but it sort of did a fresh install. When I go into ispconfig admin - everything is there as it should be - all the websites, users etc. Webmail works perfectly BUT, when you go to the users website in a browser - you just get the SHARED IP page - welcome message.
    Obviously, the 'pointer' file in ispconfig is messed up. I have had a look at httpd.conf, but can't find it. PLEASE can someone urgently tell me how to let ispconfig see all the existing websites again?
  2. itgroup

    itgroup New Member

    too many virtual servers?

    Maybe it has something to do with the re-install having TWO vitural servers? my local ip is and when the computer boots up, there is a sort of 'error' that says you have duplicate virtural servers (or something like that), so the first one will take precedence. So I am thinking that the first one is missing the 'link's to all the websites? Can I change that somehwere?
  3. itgroup

    itgroup New Member

    got it

    got it = just go in to the ispconfig admin panel, delete (take the tick out of the box) the DNS and MX REcords, Save, go back in and put the ticks back - works !!

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