Disable Rescue

Use Disable Rescue API to disable rescue mode for VPS on your server.

HTTP Request

https://hostname:4083/index.php?act=rescue&vpsid=svs

Parameters

NameTypeValueDescriptionRequired
actGETrescueThe action specified to return the dataYes
svsPOSTIntThe vpsid whose rescue has to be activated. This will be passed to the URLYes
vidPOSTIntThe vpsid whose rescue mode has to be activated.This will be passed as a POST ParameterYes
disablerescuePOST1If set, the rescue mode will be de-activated inside the vpsYes

Sample Code

PHP

<?php
    require_once('/usr/local/virtualizor/sdk/enduser.php');
    $key =  '';
    $pass = '';
    $ip = '';
    $admin = new Virtualizor_Enduser_API($ip, $key, $pass);

    $vid = 3384;
    $output = $admin->disable_rescue($vid);

    print_r(json_encode($output));
?>

Curl

curl -k -X POST -d "disablerescue=1" -L 
"https://hostname:4083/index.php?act=rescue&svs=3609& 
api=json&apikey=your_api_key&apipass=your_api_pass"

Output

{
    "uid": "321",
    "act": "rescue",
    "timezone": 1,
    "timenow": "September 23, 2016, 7:09 am",
    "vpsid": "3008",
    "username": "test@test.com",
    "user_type": "2",
    "preferences": {
        "fname": "test",
        "lname": "test",
        "language": "english",
        "theme": "default",
        "timezone": 1,
        "logo": ""
    },
    "url": "index.php?",
    "rdns": {
        "pdnsid": null
    },
    "support_link": "http://softaculous.com",
    "disable_login_logo": 1,
    "title": "Rescue Mode",
    "done": {
        "msg": "Rescue mode has been disabled successfully"
    },
    "status": null,
    "rescue_enabled": false,
    "output": null,
    "cant_rescue": null,
    "time_taken": "16.53"
}
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