Looks like I shouldn't been taken a snapshot from a running guest.
I was not able to repair the image.
I moved all my VMWare servers to qemu-kvm on CentOS 5.6 64-bit systems using qcow2 images.
Before any operation on a VM I'm used to take a...
Made all correct entries with the management tool.
When I run the script
/root/ispconfig/php/php -q /root/ispconfig/scripts/writeconf.php
It looks like there's a lot wrong with that server:
httpd.conf: /etc/apache2/apache2.conf -> This is an empty file
httpd User: www-data...
Same error after the bind fix.
This is some info about the server:
CentOS release 5.5 (Final)
But it looks like bind is no longer there:...
Empty the recycle bin! Of course. How could I forget about that.
But the scripts gives me an error:
Warning: fopen(): Filename cannot be empty...
Still no changes.
Should I remove Vhost_ispconfig.conf~
I've been doing some more testing and get this strange error when I try to add the old...
No, but there's a Vhost_ispconfig.conf~ file
I try to change the domainname of a site with ISPConfig 2.2.35
This is what I've done with ISP Manager:
- Remove all users
- Changed hostname...
I've been reading this is a bug and should be fixed in the next release.
Looks like I have to wait for a CentOS upgrade.
I'm in the progress of moving from VMware server 1.0.10 to qemu-kvm on 64-bit CentOS servers.
This looks like an easy thing to do:
Separate names with a comma.