The Rebuild Web App Config allows you to restore the original system configuration files that are essential for your web application to run.

These configuration files include NGINX, Apache, OpenLiteSpeed, and PHP settings that are optimized by RunCloud for your server. You can modify these settings or files through the RunCloud dashboard, but you should be careful not to break them.

To use the Rebuild Web App Config feature in RunCloud, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your RunCloud dashboard and select the server that has the web application that you want to restore.
  2. Click on “Web Application” from the main navigation menu and then click on the web application that you want to restore.
  1. Click on the “More” button from the sub-navigation menu and then click on “Rebuild Web App Config“.
  2. Confirm that you want to restore the configuration files for your web application, and then wait for RunCloud to apply the changes.

This feature will fix or restore any NGINX, Apache, OpenLiteSpeed, or PHP configuration files that were modified or corrupted within your web application.

This feature is not available for all web applications at once, but only for individual ones.

You may find this feature useful if you have experimented or changed some code in your configuration files and want to revert to the original settings, or if you have encountered an error that prevents your web application from running properly.

Note: You should only change your configuration files through the RunCloud dashboard, not through the SSH terminal, as this may cause unexpected errors or conflicts. You should also back up your configuration files before making any changes, as RunCloud support may be limited if you alter them at your own risk.