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Recreation of deleted account (dedicated IP, with addon domains)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Hardy, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. Hardy

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    I am still recovering from a recent upgrade that did not go well. I upgraded to php 5.3 with SuPHP and apache 2.2. The Php upgrade broke many sites due to multiple difference between 5.2,x and 5.3. I had to revert back to 5.2.17 and without the SuPhp and the sites were functional again.

    This upgrade and subsequent downgrade lead to a new problems mainly, a site with dedicated IP that had 3 additional addon domains stopped working. I have searched everywhere and some suggested that I simply delete and recreate those accounts and I backed them up and did the recreation of the main account but it still is inaccessible. even though the dns record for the account looks fine. and the /home/domain directory is created with the correct permissions. some suggested that the old accounts may still be present in the passwd account file but they are not. and I tried to clean as much left over references to the old domains as much as I can before creating the new one, but to no avail.

    The new domain can be pinged remotely, and answers correctly to DNS queries and also accessible through FTP, yet I can not load the web site in either my browser or locally on the server through lynx. lynx alert: "unable to connect to remote host"... Any idea of what is wrong here would be very appreciated.
     
  2. Eric

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    Howdy,

    Open up a ticket we would be happy to take a look. The differences between PHP 5.2 and 5.3 have caused more than a few problems for applications.

    Thanks!
     
  3. Hardy

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    Thank you Eric. I will.
     
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