Keep in mind please, its an unstable version. Means it shouldnt be used in a productive (live) environment.
That what you posted as the vhost file, isnt actually the vhost file.
Do you use any plugins for i-MSCP?
Is the i-MSCP version up to date?
Is there a .htaccess file in that directory? Keep in mind, that you need to search especially for hidden files.
Try to delete the file and upload a new index.php or index.html. Use the following content:
Did you change something manually?Is that a new installation?
Try "/var/www/imscp/engine/setup/imscp-reconfigure -r httpd" . If that doesnt solve it, you might try "/var/www/imscp/engine/setup/imscp-reconfigure -r all".
If you do that commands, make sure to disable any used plugins before you do it (better safe than sorry).
What joximu posted is actually a very good idea. Why didnt I thought about checking the access and error logs from that domain?
Yes, it works fine.
I meant as long as you can work with it during the "restricted" time (with the restricted functions), its not as bad as epxected.
As long as you got access to it for the time beeing.
At the moment, at least for me, its unclear whats the exact issue. I kind of lost the overview here. Sorry.
Because there are now like 10 domains with different information and some key-information arent provided at all.
It might be usefull if you do the following (be as specific as possible):
Which domain got a problem?
What kind of problem?
Screenshot of the configuration from the domain.
The content of the vhost files for the problematic domains.
Plus provide information which seem be be important for you, but please they need to be specific and the more detailed the better.
The more interesting part is, whats inside the folders? Especially the .htaccess files might be interesting. I mean the content of it, because if theres a mistake there it might end up in a 5xx or 4xx error page.
Plus, the content of the problematic vhost files.
You can open that in the bugtracker, I guess.
In general it wouldnt be bad, but if go to that way then you need to do a lot of think (auto generated files, etc.).
If you mean the i-MSCP one, no.
Still, I tried to register there and got the following message:Quote
Cannot complete request due to license limitations.
That also depends on the redirection you use. If you use a permanent one (301 as an example), then yes. Otherwise no. Never had an issue with temp redirects (without clearing the cache).