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Lloyd Mason

All customer domains showing Froxlor login not website

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I've setup a new Froxlor installation, I have setup one in the past using Apache but that was a few years ago.

Everything is running fine except for two strange issues that I have spent probably a week or more on and off trying to solve.

Firstly every time the Froxlor CRON job is run it overwrites /etc/php/7.2/fpm/pool.d/www.conf killing the whole system as FPM won't run anymore. Quick fix is to copy a backup of that file and restart FPM, but don't seem to understand why or if it is intended.

Secondly when going to a customers domain, any domain, any customer I am shown the Froxlor login page e.g. http://test.fkd.commuter.site/. I thought this should be the default .html Froxlor generates, unless I am wrong - possible incorrect setting. I have checked NGINX records for why and can't see to find the issue.

I will keep debugging, but any help is appreciated - not sure what info to post on here, but let me know if anything is needed to assist.

Thanks in advanced, regards Lloyd

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25 minutes ago, Lloyd Mason said:

Firstly every time the Froxlor CRON job is run it overwrites /etc/php/7.2/fpm/pool.d/www.conf killing the whole system as FPM won't run anymore. Quick fix is to copy a backup of that file and restart FPM, but don't seem to understand why or if it is intended.

Well, froxlor does not use the www.conf - also it's stated clearly in the settings, that the give path to the pool-configs in the settings is being overwritten. Froxlor generates pool-config files for each domain - so you might have done something wrong when setting up FPM.

27 minutes ago, Lloyd Mason said:

Secondly when going to a customers domain, any domain, any customer I am shown the Froxlor login page

Check whether the vhosts are being generated correctly and are in the correct folder for the webserver to include. Also check DNS records of the domains and check whether the server and/or domains might be using ipv6 but you did not add the ipv6 address to froxlor, hence a request using ipv6 is always being answered using the default/first vhost the webserver can find.

 

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