How to run the port 3000, ProxyPass and ProxyPassReverse?

Help, I have tried to add this without success. Someone could tell me how to do it correctly, I come from cpanel. I’m a little disoriented here.Thank you.

Hello @oswaldocfr

Putting it simply you are trying to run a nodejs app (not on docker) using cyberpanel and monitoring it using pm2 ?

Yes, I upload the files to the web in cyberpanel and run with the command “yarn next start”, But according to the image I must add those lines in the equivalent of httpd.conf (cpanel) in cyberpanel.

Yes to deploy nodejs app on cyberpanel you need to upload the build files to your document root and create a proxy with context but ina different way:

Go to List Websites → → vHost Configurations

context / {
  type                    appserver
  location                /home/
  binPath                 /usr/bin/node
  startupFile              server.js
  appType                 node
  maxConns                100
  rewrite  {
  addDefaultCharset       off

change startupFile to the file that will be loaded. If its index.js just remove that directive.

I would assume its a nextjs app so you should have run next build. I would assume this would end up in a dist folder. Upload this folder in your expressjs app at your document root

|-- dist # put all build files in here 
|-- node_modules
|-- index.js # this is file from
|-- package.json
|-- package-lock.json
|-- yarn.lock

If its just an SSG you would use this index.js instead:

const express = require('express');
const path = require('path');
const app = express();

app.use(express.static(path.join(__dirname, 'dist')));

app.get('/', function (req, res) {
  res.sendFile(path.join(__dirname, 'dist', 'index.html'));


Cause certianly your build/dist looks like this

|-- vercel.svg
|-- index.html

Then using pm2 add the new app

$ npm install pm2 -g
# add app to pm2
$ pm2 start index.js --name "nextjs-app" --watch # index.js is the express file
# daemonize your app
$ pm2 startup && pm2 save
# to see all your node apps
$ pm2 list
# Display all apps logs in realtime
$ pm2 monit

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