I missed a couple of steps when rolling out the CentOS 7 apache update which led to a sort of odd quirk in the resulting installation package. If nothing had ever been added to the /var/www directory, some subdirectories of it may have been removed. This only happens on system that don’t have any user data in those directories, but in the cases where it hadn’t been changed and where Apache had configuration pointing to /var/www for some VirtualHost(s) DocumentRoot, Apache would fail to restart after the update. This shouldn’t affect most Virtualmin installations, as we don’t configure anything to point to /var/www, but we did have one report of it causing an Apache restart failure after update.
So…new package (version 2.4.6-67.el7.centos.7vm) fixes that by bringing that directory back into the package.