Wordpress: Installation failed. Error message: [404]

Thanks now i think i know why it isn’t working its the wp command, wp core download does nothing basically nothing if i ran it manually nothing happens no error no progress
But this doesn’t help me why i cant install joomla either
error log, myqsl passwords removed bug - Pastebin.com

For Joomla please create separate thread, kindly keep this to WordPress only. So wp cli is not installed or not working?

You can run this command to test via cli

sudo -u bazsi7767 wp core download --allow-root --path=/home/bazsi15.hu/public_html//wp-test3/

I got same issue.
Log file

[05.13.2021_02-06-58] JR6AXUEMozMhuJgUWK7bDIY3BGbOojxysudo chmod 750 /home/test.hubhotel.com.tw/public_html
[05.13.2021_02-06-58] JR6AXUEMozMhuJgUWK7bDIY3BGbOojxysudo rm -rf /var/lib/mysql/AWyurVjYMD2E1p/.git
[05.13.2021_02-06-58] Expecting value: line 1 column 1 (char 0). [setupConnection:75]
[05.13.2021_02-06-58] JR6AXUEMozMhuJgUWK7bDIY3BGbOojxysudo cat /home/cyberpanel/4027

Show complete logs please.

Same issue

Same problem here. A lot of people having this problem…

I had the same Wordpress install issues and for me it was 2 things on my fresh Cyberpanel install on Ubuntu 20.04:

  1. wp-cli was not installed. I installed it manually and everything went 1 step further during a wordpress install. Then…
  2. After turning on debug logging in Cyberpanel I noticed that I didn’t have the mysql extension installed for php. Which obviously was untrue. Sort of… Litespeed obviously makes uses of lsphp binaries and not the native ones that would be installed on Ubuntu. Cyberpanel just runs “php” to access the php-cli. According to the native php-cli on Ubuntu there is indeed no mysql extension. You could simply install the extension but I just recreated the symlink for /usr/bin/php to point to /usr/local/lsws/lsphp74/bin/php and that sorted it out.

I don’t know why wp-cli wasn’t installed with Cyberpanel. I followed the Cyberpanel install instructions. Maybe the 2.1.1 version has a bug in that regard? It may be worth simply updating the native php install to include the same modules that installed by default with lsphp just to avoid these sort of problems in the future? Or have Cyberpanel explicitly use lsphp for anything it needs php-wise.

I usually solve this type of problem by changing the PHP version to any other and then returning to the version it was. Try this to see if it works.

I got same problem. this is my log

[07.17.2021_02-59-30] Successfully obtained SSL for: kitchen.hubhotel.com.tw
[07.17.2021_02-59-30] /usr/local/lsws/bin/lswsctrl restart
[07.17.2021_03-05-20] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo chown -R cyberpanel:cyberpanel /home/cyberpanel
[07.17.2021_03-05-20] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo wp --info
[07.17.2021_03-05-20] Expecting value: line 1 column 1 (char 0). [setupConnection:75]
[07.17.2021_03-05-20] CREATE DATABASE 1xrMLr8ThxzXWK
[07.17.2021_03-05-20] CREATE USER ‘1xrMLr8ThxzXWK’@‘localhost’ IDENTIFIED BY ‘Ek8rc7DoN1Unac’
[07.17.2021_03-05-20] GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON 1xrMLr8ThxzXWK.* TO ‘1xrMLr8ThxzXWK’@‘localhost’
[07.17.2021_03-05-20] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo chmod 755 /home/kitchen.hubhotel.com.tw/public_html
[07.17.2021_03-05-20] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjI-u kitch8022 wp core download --allow-root --path=/home/kitchen.hubhotel.com.tw/public_html/
[07.17.2021_03-05-22] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo cat /home/cyberpanel/7993
[07.17.2021_03-05-23] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo cat /home/cyberpanel/7993
[07.17.2021_03-05-24] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo cat /home/cyberpanel/7993
[07.17.2021_03-05-25] Downloading WordPress 5.7.2 (en_US)…
md5 hash verified: 5493c7abf5317889af2bcd885d352823
Success: WordPress downloaded.

[07.17.2021_03-05-25] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjI-u kitch8022 wp core config --dbname=1xrMLr8ThxzXWK --dbuser=1xrMLr8ThxzXWK --dbpass=Ek8rc7DoN1Unac --dbhost=localhost:3306 --dbprefix=wp_ --allow-root --path=/home/kitchen.hubhotel.com.tw/public_html/
[07.17.2021_03-05-25] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo cat /home/cyberpanel/7993
[07.17.2021_03-05-27] Success: Generated ‘wp-config.php’ file.

[07.17.2021_03-05-27] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjI-u kitch8022 wp core install --url=“http://kitchen.hubhotel.com.tw” --title="[07.17.2021_03-05-27] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo cat /home/cyberpanel/7993
[07.17.2021_03-05-28] Error: Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress.

[07.17.2021_03-05-28] N7Q5xJ4/RlbBxKwe3KtwY5eiYBG36UjIsudo cat /home/cyberpanel/7993

Fixed it with this command on ubuntu

sudo apt-get install php-mysql


Type your comment> @Josh said:

Fixed it with this command on ubuntu

sudo apt-get install php-mysql

This worked for me.

Type your comment> @usmannasir said:


Read under “Improved and detailed dynamic logging”

Once enabled install WordPress and share logs.

Wordpress installation failing with 404 error for any website.
Here is what detailed debug log says:
ERROR 1045 (28000): Access denied for user ‘0slvyfBOLQAjvz’@‘’ (using password: YES)



same issue here as @vpsingh . did you manage to get it sorted?

I ended up installing the WP manually…

Hi @ahawad No it’s still not solved and none of CyberPanel team is ready to help unless you buy the cloud plans. I had created ticket but the only response I got was something very basics to check and they are also giving illogical reasons. They said to buy the plans so they can investigate on my server.

The way we are getting strange problems soon after they started the cloud services, it seems like they are creating problems themselves so that we end up paying them or switching to another control panel.

Because, not only this wordpress installation issue, I am getting lot of strange issues here and there on different servers. The issues are like no sysadmin can solve. Only the product developers can solve those issues. Because they are more like Bugs instead of an error.

Work around found: Had to use PHP MyAdmin to look at what CyberPanel had set the DB details to and then edit wp-config in the newly in installed WordPress to match that.

Type your comment> @Josh said:

Fixed it with this command on ubuntu

sudo apt-get install php-mysql

***** [Worked for me as well ] *****


Type your comment> @Josh said:

Fixed it with this command on ubuntu

sudo apt-get install php-mysql

executing this installation solved it for me too in Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS for PHP 7.4

Worked for me too. Don’t forget to restart before you try again.

Type your comment> @Josh said:

Fixed it with this command on ubuntu

sudo apt-get install php-mysql

I’m still have this issue even after installation

@yordanssss what do mean by restart, should I loged out the cyberpanel or anything else? (Sorry I’m not technical and I’m having hard to understand these terms)