On my ISPConfig master (Ubuntu 14, Apache) I had to delete a customer's website, say customerdomain.com, from the server and set the vhost as suspended on Feb 26. After setting such, the customer logged in and deleted his own vhost. Now, he asked me to recreate the vhost and restore the website, and I did. The local folder was changed from /var/www/clients/client31/web14 to /var/www/clients/client31/web117. The database did stay in its own place. It wasn't deleted nor disabled. So I just went into the database and associated the existing user and the new website again. The DNS is not handled by ISPConfig, thus is empty here, and is correctly configured at the ISP. Now, I'm still getting the "Service suspended" page. I can't get the clue on why, because: - checked vhost, and there isn't any .err, and the vhost for customerdomain.com points to the right folders - checked permissions and fixed to match the new user's web117 - checked the website with a workstation that never viewed the site, outside of my network, to ensure there was no web/dns cache nor any other client related issue - any other website on the server is still working fine - I also tried to disable and re-enable this vhost with no luck - I also checked the customer's pane, nothing is disabled, the website is within the customer's limits. I guess investigations should go on reading the ispconfig database, but I don't know where to look. Any help would be highly appreciated. I'd perform and update the thread with any further checks you suggest.