Vps online but Websites are not Available please Help

Deadmau5

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Hello,

I had a Open invoice Service was Suspended now i payed the Invoice and the Server is Online again.

I can access the server via FTP & Putty bot the Websites are not available.

I have Reboot the server but the Problem isnt Fixed.

Can anyone help here out what is wrong?!

Regards
 
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Deadmau5

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Gavo wrote this in the chatbox:
service mysqld start;service httpd start;chkconfig mysqld on;chkconfig httpd on
If i paste this this come up via Putty:


[email protected] [~]# service mysqld start;service httpd start;chkconfig mysqld on;chkconfig httpd on
mysqld: unrecognized service
httpd (pid 923) already running
error reading information on service mysqld: No such file or directory
[email protected] [~]#
I cant access the Websites not thats the only Problem

I can access FTP and server via Putty

I dont know whats is wrong :(
 

VersaceBoys

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Try turning off httpd and turning it back on and make sure your Web files are located in the www folder.

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inject0r

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Gavo wrote this in the chatbox:
If i paste this this come up via Putty:


[email protected] [~]# service mysqld start;service httpd start;chkconfig mysqld on;chkconfig httpd on
mysqld: unrecognized service
httpd (pid 923) already running
error reading information on service mysqld: No such file or directory
[email protected] [~]#
I cant access the Websites not thats the only Problem

I can access FTP and server via Putty

I dont know whats is wrong :(
dude, maybe check if mysql is even installed?
apt-get instsall mysql
if it says no packages installed, then its installed. try calling it via init script
/etc/init.d/mysql restart
also check if you even have php installed by putting a small php file in your web root and and accessing it.
 

Lock Down

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His websites may not use mysql.

Try these:
/etc/init.d/httpd restart or service httpd restart or /etc/init.d/apache2 restart or service apache2 restart or /etc/rc.d/nscd restart or /etc/rc.d/nscd start or service nscd restart




 
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