Problem to create new virtual server

Hi, all.

I have problem on a server to create new virtual server. It gives permission denied errors and no public_html folder is created on the home folder of the newly created server.

I have googled about the problem but could not find any fix.

Has anybody else came across to this problem? Does anybody know how to fix the problem?

Warm Regards.

Hi,

I’d be happy to troubleshoot the issue and find you a solution. Just ask around if you need references. Skype me if you’d like my assistance.

Best Regards, Peter Knowles TPN Solutions

Email: pknowles@tpnsolutions.com
Phone: 604-782-9342
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Hi, tpnsolutions.

Thanks for the help offering but it’s better for future reference to find solution here rather than over skype.

I get the below error when trying to create new server:

Performing other Apache configuration …
… configuration failed : Failed to copy /etc/php.ini to /home/domain/etc/php5/php.ini : cp: failed to access ‘/home/domain/etc/php5/php.ini’: Permission denied

I have made quotas unlimited from Account Plans page and made 755 /etc/php.ini but still no success.

Any idea?

Hi,

Which OS are you using?

Best Regards, Peter Knowles TPN Solutions

Email: pknowles@tpnsolutions.com
Phone: 604-782-9342
Skype: tpnsupport
Website: http://www.tpnsolutions.com


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Hi,

it’s CentOS 7. I have another server which runs CentOS 6.6 and everything is fine on that server. Somehow CentOS 7 server gives the above errors when adding new domain to the server.

Best Regards.

Noone knows the solution to the problem?

I am bumping my head on this problem.

Does anyone know what the problem is??

Hi,

I’d have to diagnose the problem to see what A) you are seeing, and B) see about applying a solution…

Best Regards, Peter Knowles TPN Solutions

Email: pknowles@tpnsolutions.com
Phone: 604-782-9342
Skype: tpnsupport
Website: http://www.tpnsolutions.com


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