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Looks to me as if you haven't defined any hosted domains yet and the php script doesn't have any checking for that.
Suggest you add a test account/domain and see if it goes away.

(One of the many small bugs/anomalies found in CWP?)
((I have one live site that I migrated from WHM/cPanel: that is all that I'm willing to risk.))

Thank you! :D

Hello everyone, we have deployed a new CWP server and we have not yet migrated cPanel clients to it, but even without using the server, I received this error email from him. As I hired the professional support of the CWP, I opened a ticket with them on March 4, 2020, where the level 1 attendant informed that he would pass the problem on to the development, but until today they have not answered anything.

As it is getting close to the moment when we will need to migrate cPanel customers, would anyone here know how to say if this problem is serious or how to solve it?

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cat: /usr/local/cwp/.conf/vhosts-ssl.json: No such file or directory
PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /usr/local/cwpsrv/htdocs/resources/admin/include/alertandautorenewssl.php on line 0

Installation / Re: Problems after installation
« on: August 12, 2016, 06:12:38 AM »
Great, let us know about any results.

Hi Igor.
Could enable the root account on the Microsoft Azure VM and so the problem was solved!
Thanks a lot for the help. I thank all who responded.

I missed a progress bar is displayed on the screen when restoring from backup. Also I missed a button to cancel the restoration running.
I leave as a suggestion to improve the tool.

For example, the following command shows the progress of a compression in the terminal.
Suddenly it can be included in the backup restoration and other system tasks that require this dialogue with the user.
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tar cf - /folder-with-big-files -P | pv -s $(du -sb /folder-with-big-files | awk '{print $1}') | gzip > big-files.tar.gz

Installation / Re: Problems after installation
« on: August 10, 2016, 01:28:52 PM »
Thanks again.
I did a test by creating a VM in Hyper-V on my local PC and it worked. It functioned normally when I logged in as root.
I did a little research about it and found out that I can prepare my VM ready and send it to Microsoft Azure. I will do this today and if it works, put here to share with you.

Installation / Re: Problems after installation
« on: August 09, 2016, 01:52:38 PM »
The image is from user / client login and not as admin login.

Hi klone7474! Thanks for your help.
I'm new in the CWP and did not really know why.
If I I logged with the user with administrator privilege Azure allows me to create when creating the VM. In fact the root user seems that is inaccessible to us due to the Azure security restrictions.
So I ask:
It is possible that my user become a CWP administrator?
Or CWP only allows the root is a portal administrator?

Installation / Re: Problems after installation
« on: August 09, 2016, 04:52:31 AM »
I created a new VM, this time with CentOS 6.7, but the same thing happened...

Installation / Problems after installation
« on: August 08, 2016, 02:13:25 PM »
CWM installed on instructions from the official website, however, my installation is incomplete as shown in the attached image.

Note: My installation was made in a Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine with CentOS 6.8.

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