I get unexplainable error while changing docroot:
v-change-web-domain-docroot 'user' 'domain.tld' 'domain.tld' '/home/user/web/domain.tld/public_html/smth' [Error 3]
I change it via API. If I change it via hestiaCP panel all is good. I tried same command via CLI - it works correct. How it is possible to debug API call in hestia? I exhausted all methods to find what is wrong.
As far as I know, these are the return codes.
VALUE NAME COMMENT
0 OK Command has been successfuly performed
1 E_ARGS Not enough arguments provided
2 E_INVALID Object or atgument is not valid
3 E_NOTEXIST Object doesn't exist
4 E_EXISTS Object already exists
5 E_SUSPENDED Object already exists
6 E_UNSUSPENDED Object is already unsuspended
7 E_INUSE Object can't be deleted because it is used by another object
8 E_LIMIT Object cannot be created because of hosting package limits
9 E_PASSWORD Wrong password
10 E_FORBIDEN Object cannot be accessed by this user
11 E_DISABLED Subsystem is disabled
12 E_PARSING Configuration is broken
13 E_DISK Not enough disk space to complete the action
14 E_LA Server is to busy to complete the action
15 E_CONNECT Connection failed. Host is unreachable
16 E_FTP FTP server is not responding
17 E_DB Database server is not responding
18 E_RRD RRDtool failed to update the database
19 E_UPDATE Update operation failed
20 E_RESTART Service restart failed
So seems one of the objects used doesn’t exist.
Are you using new or legacy API?
Another command used via API works? Something like
v-list-web-domain user domain
Maybe it is a quoting problem in the API call… just guessing…
After hours of trial and error finally I found that directory addition script in hestia does not add folders recursively.
For example: /public
Add directory script adds new dir correctly.
Example #2: /public/deep/dir
Fails silently as mkdir does not do recursive directory addition.
So fix for this: I just explode dir string by “/” and foreach cycle solves the problem.
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