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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by NBSdesignz, Nov 25, 2004.

  1. NBSdesignz

    NBSdesignz Registered

    Mar 29, 2004
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    Hi we had a problem with our server, to save time with all the details ....

    I like to know is there a way, or a command i can use to reset httpd.conf, whats happened it become corrupt, causing sites not to load. We got it back and running, but all the accounts no longer show in the httpd.conf.

    If there a way to basicly reset the apache system so that it check what accounts are on the server, and then add all these backin httpd.conf and all other files to show there accounts.

    All we get a the moment is There is no website configured at this address.

  2. sawbuck

    sawbuck Well-Known Member

    Jan 18, 2004
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    You can check in /etc for named.back or named.conf.back. Open in an editor and see if the domains are contained in either of those files. Simply copy to httpd.conf and restart apache.
    Curious what OS and cPanel you are running as this same thing came up day before yesterday on the forum with no apparent reason why.

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