So, I have an old VPS with hestiaCP, which I decided to apt update && apt upgrade.
While updating there were several prompts asking stuff, which ones I without reading accepted.
Now it’s led into server’s problem. NGINX or Apache were failing to launch, which I found out to be port 80 binding problem (both were fighting for it).
So I believe that apache2 is failing cause some of it configs got reset. I tried to debug it and find a work around by changing the reverse proxy’s nginx configs, but since doing that a bit intuitively randomly, failing to achieve good results.
Currently I changed Apache2’s port to sit on 8080 and 8443 on ports.conf, but still have just a Success message when I try to open the site.
Is there a way to fastly edit it to make the site work?
2 - In same directory /etc/apache2/ there should be a ports.conf file and a ports.conf.XXXX.
Make a backup of ports.conf file, then delete it and rename the ports.conf.XXXXX to ports.conf
(source: Apache2 broken after upgrade - #5 by eris)