If using the PHP Config edit tool in CP, why does it not do the necessary restarting of the PHP process? Wouldn't that be the logical way to do it? Rather than the user having to hit the command line and do it themselves?
Type your comment> @neweracloud said:
> The same issues are covered in recent posts here. If you want to find some of them, try clicking my name icon. Discussions14 - Comments78 )
> It currently here seems to be mainly a OpenLitepeedServ…
This issue has occured again. This time I was simply adding a new website. After doing so, CyberPanel is working as per normal, but OLS has gone down. I have to then start it again.
The wget command fixed the issue because for some reason (and I see numerous people indication this has occurred on their installation) acme.sh was not installed (or got installed and then deleted) from your server during its deployment. So the wget…
Type your comment> @CyberPanel said:
> Better create alias domain as child-domains then use vHost conf to point it to the document root of main domain.
> Then issue SSL for each child-domain separately, that will be much better.
Well, this is very bizarre.
In CyberPanel I was looking through the options in the Server section. I then saw that OpenLiteSpeed was not running.
I clicked the Start button, and it's now running. And, obviously, all si…
I've figured out what I am wanting to do is achieved through setting up a Reverse Proxy, as described here: https://openlitespeed.org/kb/reverse-proxy-basics/
Is there way to modify some kind of template file (perhaps an .htaccess template) that …