bert

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This new feature is not working. I noticed that if we place a page in:
/home/main_domain/public_html/suspended.page it works, but the if we add a page through WHM\'s suspend page feature it does not work.

Anyone else experiencing this?
 

AlaskanWolf

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make sure theres a virtual host entry for your primary site (server name) pointing to the httpd.conf file

<VirtualHost 123.123.123.123>
ServerName server.name.net
DocumentRoot /usr/local/apache/htdocs
</VirtualHost>
 

bert

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Thanks!

I didn\'t know WHM would place that page in /usr/local/apache/htdocs. We have our own site created and had /home/sysadmin/public_html in there.

Thanks again Gary,

Bert
 

Site5-Matt

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Or you can just create something yourself at /home/sysadmin/public_html/suspended.page/index.html on all of your servers. That\'s what I did for our shared systems.

Matt
 

indiboi

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One thing that I noticed... since it wasn't working... I unsuspended and then resuspended the accounts and it started working correctly.
 

Site5-Matt

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That's because accounts that were suspended before the new suspendacct script was released were not setup to redirect to the system-wide suspended page.
 

ZachICU

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Suspend command created many many errors for me.

It never reset the permissions on the account after the unsuspend.
 

Kylecool

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Isn't there a thing in CPanel where u design the Suspended page?

-Kyle