Question

404 not found in only one setting of Drupal (Centos 7)

Posted September 29, 2021 66 views
CentOSApacheDrupal

Hi!

I’m using Centos 7 in a new droplet and i can’t find a solution for this:

Recently we have migrated a website developed with Drupal in a shared hosting (i think the devs use plesk as GUI for this server)to this new VPS that is using Apache and PHP-FPM, the dev guy found that /admin/config/search/metatag displays “404 error - not found” when you get to that path and the error says nginx below but nginx isn’t installed at all.

Anyone knows a fix for this? I’ve found someone with the same problem in Drupal’s help forum but actually he have nginx installed.

We need to put the SEO tags but i can’t find a solution and i’m not an expert in Drupal development and his architecture within the server.

Thx a lot

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Hello, @mfonsecaRay

I will recommend you examine the Apache error_log for more details.

To examine log files for errors while troubleshooting Apache on a Fedora, CentOS, or RedHat server, examine the /var/log/httpd/error_log file.

You can follow this link for more information:

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-troubleshoot-common-apache-errors#apache-log-files

Regards,
Alex

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