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The "Databases" submenu within the user panel is currently devoid of content, mirroring the situation in the dashboard's databases section. Consequently, users are unable to access any components associated with database management. It functions as intended in the root panel.

I don't see and errors in the browser console. I am using CWPpro version:

After selecting the domain and clicking install, it shows the following error:

An error occurred generating your certificate, please try again!

Here is what I have found in the logs:

$ tail /usr/local/cwpsrv/logs/error_log

[error] 9240#0: *4872 FastCGI sent in stderr: "PHP message: PHP Notice:  Trying to get property 'status' of non-object in /usr/local/cwpsrv/var/services/user_files/modules/letsencrypt/index.php on line 0
PHP message: PHP Warning:  First parameter must either be an object or the name of an existing class in /usr/local/cwpsrv/var/services/user_files/modules/letsencrypt/index.php on line 0" while reading response header from upstream, client: **.**.**.**, server: localhost, request: "POST /cwp_************/*****/*****/index.php?module=letsencrypt&acc=addssl HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/usr/local/cwp/php71/var/sockets/****.sock:", host: "*********:2083", referrer: "https://*********:2083/cwp_*********/******/?module=letsencrypt"

I am using Apache-Nginx as the webserver. I want to allow all the HTTP methods (PUT, DELETE) on a host by changing the vHost file. When I change that via the "WebServers Configuration Editor" to add a line, it reverts to the template file after a while.

I tried adding a configuration via the "Manage WebServers Configuration" page, but the "All_methods" tpl file does not work. I can't successfully restart the httpd service, it complains about the conf file. I tried cloning the default tpl file to create my own template, but I can't make it work with my web current web serv Apache_nginx.

As the last option, I tried to edit the default.tpl and default.stpl file, it worked but I am just surprised that its back to the orig file now!

I am using node manager to run a node.js app and noticed that its using apache's mod_proxy to reverse proxy to the node app. I've selected nginx/apache as the webserver and I guess it would be better if the reverse proxy is defined in the nginx vhost conf, not apache! Thats how I did it manually in the past without the manager.

CWP version:

Nginx / Nginx service start error during boot on Rocky Linux
« on: November 12, 2021, 11:10:34 AM »

After saving the configs (changing bind-address) at the settings page in mysql_manager, mysql failed to restart, checked the contents of /etc/my.cnf.d/server.cnf and saw that the setting is like this

 = 3306

I had to add "port" to this line to start the mysql (mariadb 10.4.22) again:

port = 3306

After setting the web server to Nginx/apache on multiple fresh Rocky Linux installs (v8.4 kernel 4.18.0-305.25.1.el8_4.x86_64), apache fails to start because in not in /usr/local/apache/modules/ and I have to comment the contents of /usr/local/apache/conf.d/rpaf.conf

CWP version:
Apache version: Apache/2.4.51
Web Servers: nginx-apache

Here is a video created to promote CWP as an alternative for paid control panels like cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, etc. Thanks for all the development and support. Just wanted to share it with the community.

CentOS-WebPanel GUI / Clearing the log files
« on: August 12, 2020, 01:51:39 PM »
Is there a way to clear the log files? When I check access and Error logs, I want to clear them to see if the errors are regenerated again.

Also the formatting is not very good, there is no line breaks in the log file viewer. Some coloring is also nice!

There should be a setting to disable the notifications for CSF firewall, Monit, ModSecurity since I dont want to install them at all on some instances and every time I login to the admin area some notifs pops up.

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