vestacp

Error: backup doesn’t exist

v-restore-user yourhosting yourhosting.2019-12-04_05-12-47.tar Error: backup yourhosting.2019-12-04_05-12-47.tar doesn’t exist Cause: backup file should be in the location /home/backup only  v-restore-user cloudserverfree cloudserverfree.2019-12-04_05-12-28.tar  v-restore-user user backup-file

111: connection refused while connecting to upstream

check if you have two web server whether both the server is running or not systemctl status nginx systemctl start nginx and systemctl status httpd systemctl start httpd or check if you are using php-fpm wheather it is running or not systemctl status php-fpm if not start with systemctl start php-fpm

Permission denied error.log

be sure to perform in a public_html folder: CODE: SELECT ALL find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} ;find . -type d -exec chmod 755 {} ;chown -R user:group * of course, replace user and group to vesta username.And there must be index.php or index.html.This usually enough.

vestacp control panel ssl certificate

checkout /usr/local/vesta/ssl/ directory. Replace files accordingly and restart vestaservice vesta restartvi /usr/local/vesta/nginx/conf/nginx.conf # Vhost    server {        listen          8083;        server_name     _;        root            /usr/local/vesta/web;        charset         utf-8;./certbot-auto certonly –webroot -w /usr/local/vesta/web -d server.cloudserverfree.com

ERROR Disk Read-only: VESTACP & CENTOS 7

vi /etc/fstab and after xfs remove all other except defaults and 0 0 Before installing vestacp: CODE: SELECT ALL cat /etc/fstab## /etc/fstab# Created by anaconda on Tue Sep 12 23:48:48 2017## Accessible filesystems, by reference, are maintained under ‘/dev/disk’# See man pages fstab(5), findfs(8), mount(8) and/or blkid(8) for more info#UUID=0356e691-d6fb-4f8b-a905-4230dbe62a32 / xfs defaults 0 0/swapfile none …

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Host empty when creating a new DB after installing percona

/usr/local/vesta/conf/vesta.confDB_SYSTEM=’mysql’add it/usr/local/vesta/conf/mysql.confHOST=’localhost’ USER=’root’ PASSWORD=’rootpassword’ CHARSETS=’UTF8,LATIN1,WIN1250,WIN1251,WIN1252,WIN1256,WIN1258,KOI8′ MAX_DB=’500′ U_SYS_USERS=’admin’ U_DB_BASES=’2′ SUSPENDED=’no’ TIME=’08:15:31′ DATE=’2015-12-08′add itchange root password as per your password