Bad_httpd_conf


#1

http://www.placidcombustion.com/

Is it possible for me to fix that? I sent my problem into support 16 hours ago and they haven’t done anything yet, so I decided to come here and see if there is something I can do myself.

edit: forgot to mention, that domain is set up to mirror http://rjanak.com


#2

Yes You most likely can fix this your self. and you could have done so 16 hours ago by searching this forum or the wiki.

Log into the panel > Domains > Manage domains > edit > Save changes. Yes, save the changes even though you didn’t make any changes. This will set the httpd conf file to be re-written and most likely fix your site in two hours or less. If not, then you’ll have to wait for support.

-Matttail


#3

Yeah, I’ve tried that. I always check the wiki before contacting support :wink:


#4

Mattail,

Just so you know, while this methodology should work, and has worked before for me, one of my domains went “paws up” last week and repeated attempts to “kick-start” the sucker this way did not work.

After contacting Support, I received the following reply:

"Fixed! Actually, it was nothing you did at all… but it did expose a small bug we need to squash, which I have reported to our developers.

Thanks!
Peter"

It sounds like they still might be having problem
–rlparker


#5

I had the same httpd_bad_config problem when I signed up some weeks ago and tried everything that was said on the board (first one being the “Domains > Manage domains > edit > Save changes”) and the wiki but it didn’t work at all then the DNS propagated and I had to run to set everything and get my site running. :\

I’ll have to try again another time.


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