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Default apache page

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Dillard, Sep 30, 2003.

  1. Dillard

    Dillard Well-Known Member

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    Don't know if anyone already noticed this, I did because my mailbox is filling up quite rapidly and my cellphone (remote server checking service which couldn't find the default apache page) went nuts (it's 2 AM here !!!) because the Cpanel guys decided to alter the default apache pages ....

    I already asked them to undo this or give an option to restore the orginal situation..

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    Since version R84, you created a default page for apache. I'm not so happy with this!

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    Tue Sep 30 13:40:05 EDT 2003
    8.x Build#84
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    install a default apache page if none exists
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    1) Visitors don't have to know what kind of panel we are using
    2) We use the default apache page as a check for an remote checking service.

    We strongly prefer the old situation restored or at least have an option in tweak settings to alter this.

    In general: I would prefer that Cpanel not to alter default pages on my servers as we rely on there existance... Now my remote checking system has broke :(
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    Perhaps I sound moody, but I got jengled out of my bed at 2.00 AM in the morning, so I'm entitled to :)

    Dillard

    cPanel.net Support Ticket Number: 25016
     
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    Dillard Well-Known Member

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    BTW: If anybody else has the same problems and want the cellphone to shut up :), just enter "rm /usr/local/apache/htdocs/index.html" and your problem will be solved ....

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