I have a new install of SolidCP on Win2008 R2.
The server has many existing websites.
I created the service, virtual server, hosting plans etc.
I created my first end user, assigned him a package.
When I go to import resources under his plan, it does show the existing websites and allows me to select it and click import.
It just returns to the space homepage with no error, but the website was not imported..
There are no errors in the audit or on the servers event viewer > solidcp.
Any ideas where I can find a log of what’s wrong?
Thanks for any help.
Usually when i see this happening there’s a double record inside the database: domain table which prevents the system to import properly.
Can you do a mssql management –> select 1000 –> then edit query with:
where [DomainName] like ‘yourdomain.com’
then make sure it only returns 1 single result (one without WebsiteID filled in)
Still can’t get it working.
Its a new install. I added the domain first in case it needs that.
It does show the existing websites and FTP and allows me to select them and click import.
But nothing happens once it completes.
No errors messages are shown in either logs.
PS: I thought there used to be a progress bar on the import? That’s not showing either.
Please help, thanks 🙂
Actually I am getting an error in the server logs for it now:
[10/5/2016 2:03:30 AM] ERROR: ‘Internet Information Services 7.0’ GetSite
System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80070490): Filename: \?C:windowssystem32inetsrvconfigadministration.config
Error: The configuration section ‘system.webServer/management/authorization’ cannot be read because it is missing a section declaration
But if I switch the enterprise and server app pool to 64bit I get this error when I load their landing pages to test the service:
HTTP Error 500.0 – Internal Server Error
Calling LoadLibraryEx on ISAPI filter “C:windowsMicrosoft.NETFrameworkv4.0.30319\aspnet_filter.dll” failed
What am I doing wrong here please?
I got it working eventually. I had to delete the user and create him from scratch, I think adding him a space before it was all completely setup correctly in the servers has caused it to break.
What I would really like though is the ability to select to not copy the website files on Import. For some sites with like 20GB of files this just takes far too long and too much processing. Its easier if I can select not to import the files and then move them nanually once the site has been imported and updated to the new path in IIS.
Is this something you think you could add for us?
Thanks for all your help.
ah, that what your actually describing isn’t a bug related to SolidCP
it generally happens when you have detached it before, but the Site is still known in the Domains table.
you will have to check the Domains database table –> and make sure it only lists 1 (the domain) anything with ID filled in is generally a remainder of a detached site. (and if it’s there SolidCP considers it in the Panel, so it won’t allow you to import).
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