One of our sites is experiencing some oddness with the script installer. After restoring from a backup (some time previous, when we moved servers) Joomla no longer registers as an installed script for this site.
Is there an easy way to correct this? As a more general question, can I register/import a script that was not installed with virtualmin so it can be managed by it in the future?
It should definitely be restoring any Installed Scripts (unless you explicitly disabled that feature, but I don’t imagine that’s the case).
What I’d do is file a bug in the Bugs and Issues tracker so that Jamie can take a look. Thanks!
I’m not positive this is worthy of a bug. All of the other sites worked fine, far as I know, it’s just this one that didn’t migrate well.
And, frankly, the sites were migrated so long ago that I can’t remember if there was anything special about this particular one or not. It might have been my fault.
In any case, if you’re determined to troubleshoot, it was specifically Joomla that didn’t show up after the migration.
Urk, lost my train of thought.
I guess more substantial for me isn’t the fact that it might not have imported, but the fact that I’m now in a situation I find myself in far too often.
I have a script installed on a site, but it’s not registered with Virtualmin and I want a way to get it added. Any suggestions or ideas on this part?
yes it needs a logfile here: /etc/webmin/virtual-server/scriptlog/
find the domain which has a specific number like 122902591024585
in there create a file like 122902591024585.script
add in the file