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Internal Server Errors (500) after editing httpd.conf

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tmbw.net, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. tmbw.net

    tmbw.net Registered

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    I edited my server's httpd.conf file -- I changed the user and the group that the server was running, from nobody to my userid/usergroup. When i restarted apache, my main website was working fine. However, when i attempted to access cpanel or whm, i now get internal server errors (500). I assume it's easy to fix this problem, but i'm not sure what i need to do. Can anyone help?
     
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    It is not recommended to edit httpd.conf directly on a cPanel server. Run /scripts/rebuildhttpdconf on your server and restart Apache. See if this solves the issue.
    To edit httpd conf, you need to check cPanel documentation.
     
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