|Newbie questions about Pliant
Reset of the http server config
After a wrong configuration of the http server,
I can't access the admnistration pages.
How to reset the configuration?
|Message posted by grings on 2004/08/28 20:00:08
I have done something wrong with the security permissions while trying to
configure the web server.
The access to the server via http://localhost:8080 doesn't work even for
the administrator account. The server returns:
"The requested page does not exist on this server."
Is there a way to reset this configuration without reinstalling?
|Message posted by grings on 2004/08/28 20:33:07
I don't know if this is the right way, but moving all pdbs from the pliant_data
directory to another place apparently works.
|Message posted by grings on 2004/08/28 20:48:29
|Ops! The directory is ***pliant_security*** and NOT pliant_data
|Message posted by maybe Loic on 2004/08/28 21:02:08
|the /pliant_security/ directory store all the datas involved in your PLiant
The files in this directory are pliant database format :
. pdb for data
. log for data log (full history of each records)
One of the true interesting issue of pliant database is that datas are stored
on ASCII files which are really easy to read for an Human, so you can easily
edit the file provided you have a direct access to it.
In your case, you can edit value of your administration account recorded in user.pdb
in order to get back to a usable configuration.