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by Rookie

I added a parked domain and got this error. I assume the site was still set up properly due to the success message...

root@webg1:~# site domain.net -parked=domain.org
Site domain.net has been successfully created!

Parked domain was successfully configured!

Job for nginx.service failed because the control process exited with error code.
See "systemctl status nginx.service" and "journalctl -xe" for details.

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by Expert

It usually happens when you have customized the main site Nginx configuration causing conflict with Webinoly. Please, when you got an Nginx error you should always run sudo ginx -t command to know what exactly is causing it, that way we can improve the way Webinoly works.


by Rookie
I found the error -- there were duplicate 443 directives in one of the sites-available files. I don't know if it happened because of the -parked command or if I did it...so no feedback right now.
by Expert
Ok. The thing is that Webinoly sometimes search for some specific patterns or string to replace or insert some data and configurations. If users modify this files unintentionally can break some features, for example, some #Comments in Nginx conf files are intended to be used as reference to insert or replace some strings.

Also, it's important to note that the best way to report a bug is only if you can reproduce it and explain the steps to do it.

by Rookie
Thanks for clarifying. In this case, I didn't think I was reporting a bug -- I just didn't know what was wrong :)
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