When I download a file from my server, only specific extensions are working. This is really annoying since I want to be able to see how much time left to finish a download.
For example I uploaded a video with .vob extension file.vob --> does not show filesize when downloading
If I rename the same file to different extension: file.avi --> works fine shows filesize when downloading file.mp3 --> works fine shows filesize when downloading file.rar --> works fine shows filesize when downloading file.mp4 --> does not show filesize when downloading file.wmv --> does not show filesize when downloading
These are direct download links, not using any download scripts or anything. Why are some extensions displaying the filesize and some not displaying them? I am using Apache 2.x server.
When I go to the [URL] ... is loads the index page just fine. When I go use the [URL] .... it still loads the index page, I don't want it to do that, I want it it to load test.php. When I click on a link (for say [URL] ....) on index.php the url stays as [URL] ....; I actually want it to show [URL] .... (while I test things at least). Is this a .htaccess issue?
We have found that we need to limit the amount of cpu uage by users on our video share server. On this server we currently have 20 users on a sharred plan. Thought that the obvious BW usage would be the biggest challenge, as it turns out we havent gone over the 2 TB that we have.
We have come up with an encoding process that uses the 264 codec and gives us excellent results in terms of quality but is very cpu intensive to the point of really slowing down the server when 10 or more users simutaneously are encoding their videos.
Can someone suggest a script that would allows us to limit the file size in terms of MB/GB that each user could upload per month.
So for example a client pays 10.00 per month and we wanted to limit their uploads to a total of 900 MB per month vs the client that is paying 50.00 per month who would have the ability to upload say 8 GB per month.
I'm running Plesk 12. I install it today, using the ISO which parallels provides, which includes centos 6.5 and preinstalled Plesk 12 in my vps. Then I logged in plesk, and I did everything it wants. Then I upgraded my php, to php 5.4.36 according to the manual that Paralells provides, and then I tried to increase the max upload file size for phpmyadmin. I have edited my /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/php.ini file and tried to restart using with 3 different ways using terminal:
1st: service sw-cp-server restart 2st: /etc/init.d/psa stop /etc/init.d/psa start 3st: reboot (which rebooted all the vps)
My php.ini file is:
short_open_tag = On y2k_compliance = Off output_buffering = Off max_execution_time = 600 max_input_time = 600 memory_limit = 256M max_file_uploads = 99999 max_input_vars = 2000
However, when I'm trying to import a 31mb sql file, I always get that error, and only some of my tables are being imported:
#1153 - Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes
I am trying to ftp some changes to my site. The strange thing is that while the FTP client (Filezilla) is accepting the new file, it will not show up on the new site. I've tried caching, refreshing browers, and rebooting but nada.
I then went back into my FTP client and checked the timestamp of the file being uploaded. For whatever reason, it will not show the most recent time of the file being uploaded, much less accept the most recent upload.
First of all I checked via command line if any software is not installed properly while plesk installation was done on destination server (windows server 2012 R2). All looks fine, please check attached file pleskinstallation.txt
Source plesk version 10.4.4 (windows server 2008) Destination plesk version 12.0.18 MU#23 built.
We are in testing mode of migrating websites hosted with source plesk version 10.4.4 onto destination server plesk server 12.0.18 having (windows server 2012 R2).
What we did, we restored the backup of Source plesk version 10.4.4 (windows server 2008) to Destination plesk version 12.0.18 MU#23 built.
Now the problem is that backup which we restored on Destination plesk version 12.0.18 MU#23 was of 68 GB and now when we setup the backup on Destination plesk version 12.0.18 MU#23 and when backup completes successfully it show us wrong backup size up to 16 GB.
We have requested several times to plesk support has to check the entire new plesk version in terms of all feature (like taking backup, restoring, plesk installation etc) while releasing new version, If they have noticed bug than plesk support should not release new version or micro update until they are sure.
I would request them again to check backup size bug along with other bugs.
1. "Stats crashing and not updating stats"
2. installing "Spam assassin" on Plesk 12.0.18 on windows server 2012 r2 and we are getting error:
Error: Unable to set Plesk SpamAssassin 3.3.2 as the default Spam Filter: defpackagemng failed: Execute spammng.exe --check failed with error code 1: Unable generate the unique file name by template D:Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskAdditionalPerlsiteetcmailspamassassinlocal.cf[*].bak: directory D:Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskAdditionalPerlsiteetcmailspamassassin does not exist.
when i want to Restore full backup see this error Restore for cpmove-wwwpakh.tar.gz Searching /home.... checked 25 files..... No Restorable archives found! Searching /usr/home.... checked 0 files..... No Restorable archives found! Searching /web.... checked 0 files..... No Restorable archives found! Searching /home2.... checked 0 files..... No Restorable archives found! Searching /home3.... checked 0 files..... No Restorable archives found! Searching /root.... checked 12 files..... No Restorable archives found! Searching /usr.... checked 16 files..... No Restorable archives found! No archives where found for user wwwpakh.tar.gz! This feature will restore full backups, cpanel backups and cpanel move files in the format of: cpmove-user.tar.gz, user.tar.gz, backup-date_time_user.tar.gz The files must be in one of these directories on the server: /home,/usr/home,/web,/home2,/home3,/root,/usr
You must upload the file to one of the above locations before using this feature.
initfpsuexec: using apache 1.x support PHP version file has been updated to 4.4.7 Adding cPanel default aliases ...disabled scgi-bin since suexec is installed Done Executing /scripts/postbuildapache (if exists)...Done Configuring perl magic....Off Configuring php-pear magic....Off Configuring ruby magic....Off Configuring php-pecl magic....Off /etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd start: httpd started initfpsuexec: using apache 1.x support