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openVZ VPS install

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by johnyqqq, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. johnyqqq

    johnyqqq Member

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    My provider just installed cPanel/WHM on my openVZ VPS.
    I went to check /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
    but I did not find it.
    I emailed support. The response was that Apache was not installed.

    Now does the VPS version of cPanel/WHM use an http engine other than Apache?
    If so is there any documentation on this?
     
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    cPanelKenneth cPanel Development
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    no, it doesn't.

    Which OS is installed?
     
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    it was cpanel in openVZ with Centos-4 template.
    The root system is RHE-4
     
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    Normally you should be able to find your httpd.conf under:

    /usr/local/apache/conf
     
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    Try executing /scripts/easyapache to install apache

    Also, when installing on older distros, it's usually best to fully update the system before installing cPanel. It's possible that a race condition (yum was trying to update while easyapache was trying to install dependencies) occured during install that prevented apache from being installed.
     
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    Thanks for all the responses. It was really to confirm my sanity with
    what I believe vs what my "Support" personnel had told me.

    It was a situation where I spent over 24hrs back and forth with my service provider support
    regarding their cPanel installation. The solution - I did it myself within a couple
    hours (props to cPanel). And of course the httpd.conf was found where it should have been.

    Sincerely,
     
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    So your problem WAS really the location of the httpd.conf?

    :D
     
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