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Change DirectoryRoot in vhosts

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Gavin Sandie, Mar 2, 2009.

  1. Gavin Sandie

    Gavin Sandie Guest

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    Hello,

    I'm looking to change the vhost directoryroot for some of my sites.

    I'm aware that on my windows servers with Plesk installed I can use the websrvmng.exe tool, or the Plesk reconfigurator. I've been looking at the same tool on the Linux servers however I can't see any options to change the vhost directory.

    I've been looking for a reconfigurator tool like you get with windows but the only tool I've found which looks like it would fit the bill doesn't seem to come with any documentation:

    ./reconfig --help
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3

    ./reconfig -h
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3

    ./reconfig -help
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3



    Does anyone know if this is possible with the Linux websrvmng tool? Or is there another tool I should be using?


    Thanks, Gavin
     
  2. Umut Urgunsoy

    Umut Urgunsoy Guest

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    hırrrr

    I keep getting the same error..

    [root@lin sbin]# ./reconfig -h
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3
    [root@lin sbin]# ./reconfig --help
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3
    reconfig: System Error: invalid argument number 2, must be 3


    reconfig script is not work..
     
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