critical bug - 4 websites completely mixed up

critical bug - software not usable at all all the websites are mixed up as you see in the pictures. is interesting that is displayed correctly but same site on port 80 is mixed up with



Howdy -- thanks for contacting us!

It sounds like you may be seeing an Apache configuration issue, the wrong VirtualHost appears to be answering some requests. That's likely caused by this issue here:

Try the troubleshooting steps / solution mentioned in the above, and let us know if that resolves the issue you're seeing.

I can`t find where is the main index.php stored as well.

I am a beginer I don`t understand what you say there because I cant create any file witch does not belong to root in /var/www/html because of permission denied . Please give PRACTICAL solutions not theory - CODE!!! I deleted all the indexes and now I cant connect to virtualmin console: Forbidden. Please advice

The link above isn't theory -- it's an explanation of the problem, including commands to diagnose it, along with the Apache config fixes necessary to resolve it.

Try performing the steps in the above link, and if you have any questions regarding any of the steps, feel free to let us know!

It sounds like you have some questions in addition to those brought up in your initial post. We can help with those, but it's best to keep a given support request to just one topic. If you could open new support requests for the issues you're asking about in Comment #2 and #3, that would be great, thanks!

website still shows content from after inedx.php was completely deleted and created agai

index.php permisions:

-rw-rw-r-- 1 smallhost smallhost 39 May 17 04:05 index.php

please advise

It sounds like you're still experiencing the issues described in the document I linked to above... were you able to try the steps mentioned in it?

If you have any questions on any of the steps or commands mentioned in that document, please let us know! I'll re-post the link below.

That document is designed to resolve exactly the problem you're experiencing though.

Essentially, there's an Apache configuration issue that's causing Apache to deliver the browser's request to the wrong website, and the steps mentioned here in this link should resolve that:

Note that removing the index.php files wouldn't have any effect on this issue, to resolve the problem you'd need to make adjustments to the Apache config, and the document above will guide you through that. Again though, if you have questions about any of the steps there, just let us know!