[Rspamd-Users] Web UI interface
keithwilliamsnp at gmail.com
Wed Mar 13 10:57:08 UTC 2019
SOLVED - SORT OF
I have set up a sort of work around, using a SSH client on my home machine
I have set up a saved connection to the mailserver tunneling port 8080 on
browser to localhost:11334 on the server.
Bit cludgy as I have to fire up the saved connection then on browser go to
http://localhost:8080, but at least it all works
On Wed, 13 Mar 2019 at 18:03, Keith Williams <keithwilliamsnp at gmail.com>
> Thanks, I will have to probe a bit deeper there.
> I have tried using an http tunnel to get to it and amazingly that works. I
> use webmin for some of the admin of the server and used that to tunnel to
> http://localhost:11334 - low and behold it worked. So that suggests it is
> some problem with apache set up
> On Wed, 13 Mar 2019 at 17:47, Mario Thies via Users <
> users at lists.rspamd.com> wrote:
>> in this cases I use the debugger options in the web browser (normally
>> F12 opens it) to check if all subelements of the page could be loaded.
>> It seems like some css/js elements are gone.
>> I had this issue once, because some location blocks (I use nginx) of
>> wordpress involved the rspamd part.
>> Am 13/03/2019 um 09:36 schrieb Keith Williams:
>> > running Debian 9, Apache 2.4.25, Rspamd 1.9.0 (until today was 1.8.3
>> > Had every thing up and working well for quite a time. Then a few weeks
>> > the web ui stopped working. Now if I go to the page I get what looks
>> > the menu elements in a list and some links as on the proper page but it
>> > looks like the css and the proper content is not there. The redirect in
>> > virtual domain is obviously working, because I get the output that I
>> do. I
>> > and they seem to be OK.
>> > I am stuck as to what to look for next.
>> > Rspamd is working, so it is not an emergency emails are getting checked
>> > headers added.
>> > Please could someone give me a hint at what I should check/change
>> > Keith
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