Quick question- driving me nuts

Discussion in 'ISPConfig 3 Priority Support' started by ledoktre, May 2, 2014.

  1. ledoktre

    ledoktre Member


    First off, thank you for a wonderful product. Last night I compiled and installed PHP 5.4 onto one of my boxes, set the paths to it, and was able to set one customer on 5.4 very effortlessly. VERY COOL.

    Now the thing thats driving me nuts. I am sure its something simple. Ive been starting at it for too long. My system is based entirely on Debian Testing. I have some of my nginx boxes that all the sites are using sockets (php) and some that they are using ports.

    I want them all to be sockets-- where do I set that (aside from manually setting it on each one individually and moving forward). I am trying to figure out how each box, seemingly identical, one is defaulted one way, and one the other.

    I am sure it is not a big deal, but Ive been googling and carousing through the control panel so long looking for it I am seeing cross eyed.

    A little tip would be awesome, thanks!
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    You can set this in the database (web_domain) table and then run Tools > resync t apply the changes.

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