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All website redirect to others side webpage

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alifazman, Nov 10, 2010.

  1. alifazman

    alifazman Active Member

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    Hello,

    I' facing some weird problem which all website in the server that host domain abc.com

    displaying the webpage of abc.com.I don't think this is hacking issue because all the index file on other public_htm file is not the abc.com index file.

    Also check the httpd.conf seems fine.All virtual host are pointing to their own public directory.

    Anyone have this experience?How to solve this problem?? :)
     
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  2. pratapsingh

    pratapsingh Active Member

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    Check the content of the index file available for all the account ? if all the settings are correct then the files uploaded to the account are same. Or index page has been replaced with abc.com's index page.

    just place a file index.htm with the content "test page" under some account's "public_html" directory and see if it is loading.
     
  3. alifazman

    alifazman Active Member

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    Dear Pratap singh.

    Thanks for your reply.I think I found the problem already.That day, I migrate some of the domain from some other server (server A)to this server(Server B).But the owner is still the server A. When cpanel auto update, it activate all the IP that belongs to the server B to be use with serverA

    I just disable auto update then.It fine.
     
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