this morning the apache server was down. I found out some file was missing and the online advise that worked was to purge apache and reinstall it. I did that, and I could restart apache afterwards. However, all the 'servers' / websites now point to the Apache2 Ubuntu Default Page.
Deleting /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/00-default.conf, such as suggested here: https://virtualmin.com/node/37342 broke apache again.
I tried as well disabling and enabling virtual servers, no better result.
Now I'm at the same point again, apache2 up and running but all websites on the server pointing to the Apache2 Ubuntu Default Page.
In /etc/apache2/sites-available all the config files are there. (As is 000-default.conf)
If I go to webmin - servers - apache webserver - existing virtual hosts, then I see only 'default server', and 'virtual server'. The 'document root' of the virtual server is '/var/www/html' (and it seems all the virtual servers point to this)
What can I do? Thanks!
Operating system Ubuntu Linux 14.04.1 Perl version 5.018002 Path to Perl /usr/bin/perl BIND version 9.9 Postfix version 2.11.0 Mail injection command /usr/lib/sendmail -t Apache version 2.4.7 PHP versions 5.5.9, 5.6.40 Webalizer version 2.23-08 Logrotate version 3.8.7 MySQL version 5.5.62 ProFTPD version 1.35 SpamAssassin version 3.4.2 ClamAV version 0.100.3