I'm setting up Virtualmin 3.61.gpl on a dedicated RHEL 5 server.
Quad-core Intel CPU, 4GB RAM, 32bit RHEL 5.2 OS.
I've used the wbm-virtual-server-3.61.gpl-1 RPM to install virtualmin. We have about 100 domains (plus a few "alias domains" for some of those) and a little under 2000 email users to host. This is a (manual) migration from an older FreeBSD server.
Virtualmin has been working fine in testing, but now we have hit a strange snag while adding domains (virtual servers, in Virtualmin-terminology -- they are not really virtualized servers a la VMware or similar). In IE7, the "Add new virtualserver, owned by" button in the main /virtual-server/ screen no longer works. You just get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" error message instead.
It seems that the generated URL for the form is too long, or something? The URL includes d=123456789& for each virtual server already created, which seems extravagant?
It works OK in Firefox, so it's not a showstopper at this point... but it is unfortunate, and seems odd behaviour. Can anyone confirm some sort of limit to the size of the URLs IE7 can handle, or other reason why this is happening? Is there a known workaround? Should this be switched from a GET to a POST? Does the Pro version somehow avoid this issue? Other than reading the domain_form.cgi code (which I have started to do!), where else should I be looking for documentation at this low level of detail?
We current have about 62 domains (virtual servers) added.
Thanks in advance,
The URL (IP changed to 192.168.1.1) generated by that button is now: