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not allowing access to view html pages

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by ezrpc, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. ezrpc

    ezrpc Guest

    I am new to all of this.

    after i uploaded all of my content, i was able to use the ip to view the content.

    later i could not view the content nor use the domain name to view it either.

    what do i need to do to fix this prob?

    Is it something i need to do in plesk ??

  2. pwgen

    pwgen Guest

    Hi there!

    you may try the following ways to investigate what the problem actualy is:

    1. check that domain is active, restart it just in case

    2. check that httpd and named services are up: Server -> Service Management

    3. then check that files in domain's httpdocs directory has the correct permissions. They should be FTPUSER:psacln 755, where FTPUSER is one that was set for domain:

    Domains -> DOMAIN.COM -> Setup -> Ftp User

    4. then you may try to run websrvmng utility to repair all apache configs if they are corrupted:

    #/usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/websrvmng -a -v

    5. finally look into the error logs to get some more clues:

  3. ezrpc

    ezrpc Guest

    thanks for your reply

    i can to realise that i had changed the setting s in plesk in the file manager for the httpdoc and that it was this that was not allowing http access to the files

    thanks for taking the time to reply