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Horde has vanished!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by YorkshireSteve, Jul 10, 2008.

  1. YorkshireSteve

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    Horde has completely vanished from my root server! When accessing http://webmail.domain-name.com the default Plesk page is returned. I haven't done anything that is likely to affect this and I'm totally baffled as to why it's disappeared! Any advice will be most appreciated!
     
  2. phoenixisp

    phoenixisp Silver Pleskian

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    try running this from the command line and see if it helps:

    # /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/websrvmng -v -a
     
  3. YorkshireSteve

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    phoenix, you superstar! That's done the trick and all is up-and-running again now. Thanks a lot

    Steve
     
  4. andypudmenzky

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    Upgrade to v8.6 broke Horde

    Horde has also vanished for me (with the exact same issue as above - where it was being replaced with a Plesk login page), but it happened when I upgraded to v8.6. I ran the above command last night, and Horde came back. But when I check again this morning, Horde is gone again.

    Running the above command no longer seems to fix it :S
    Any assistance would be appreciated.

    Thank you.
     
  5. Searchlight

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    Same exact problem here. Any solutions that fix it permanently?
     
  6. andypudmenzky

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    Temporary fix for clients...

    A temporary fix for your clients, for now, would be to get them to add /horde/ to the end of their normal webmail domains... so http://webmail.domain.com now needs to be http://webmail.domain.com/horde/ to work. I guess it's a workaround until someone who knows what's going on, figures out a fix.

    What Os do you run on your server, btw? Keen to see if we have anything in common...
     
  7. Searchlight

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    Debian Etch
     
  8. andypudmenzky

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    Yup; same version here :S
     
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