I have Linux server Apache with Tomcat.How can i change DocumentRoot for Tomcat or set default page for Tomcat index.jsp or my.jsp or index.php because i want to use 301 redirection.
So please guide me how can i change default page or change default path.
My app needs to be viewed using :8080 behind the domain. I want it be viewable without using adding any port behind. I've research on google and many said about edit the server.xml file but the problem is I can't located the file no mater what
Not sure what is going on with Plesk.. I've modified and saved a specific service plan with the session.save_path to have a location by default to be /tmp/ and for some reason it isn't changing all customers accounts with the modified settings of the location to be /tmp/. In order to resolve the issue, I'd have to manually change the "default" option on each websites php settings session.save_path to /tmp/ instead of Plesk syncing the correct settings based on the modification. Because of so, I am receiving the following error below on a customers website below:
Warning: Unknown: open(/var/lib/php/session/sess_f9bffgv0ddrjo9geb6frhut5d7, O_RDWR) failed: Permission denied (13) in Unknown on line 0 Warning: Unknown: Failed to write session data (files). Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (/var/lib/php/session) in Unknown on line 0
After making changes, I've tried the following in command line:
service php-fpm restart service httpd restart service psa restart
I'm using Plesk on my server and its a pain in the @** to create FTP users. So I found this article on adding chrooted FTP users. I successfully added a user, but would like to change the path now, how can I do this?
I've read everything I can find in google and tried it all but I just can't get Return-Path / Envelope-From to change when using centos+cpanel+exim+php4 it insists on sending as nobody@server.VPShostname.com which several very picky email services will promptly bounce
I've tried the following:
1. inserted the "magical" fifth parameter into mail() on php making it -firstname.lastname@example.org
2. double checked php.ini to make sure php is using exim - it is: sendmail_path/usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i
3. used cpanel's own advanced exim editor to add at the top of the exim conf trusted_users = nobody (which i don't like but at this point I'll accept any technique that works)
4. restarted all services, exim, php, apache
5. I even found an obscure reference to /etc/email-addresses which can contain a whitelist so I added the email address there
I have installed the Wordpress application. The wordpress url is "server.com/wordpress", but I want to change it to something like "server.com/myblog".
In Plesk, the installation path cannot be changed (at least, it is not under "Change Settings").
Changing the Wordpress installation itself is not that difficult (renaming the folder in httpdocs and changing the siteurl and home parameter in the database), however, in Plesk still the old installation path is shown, and the Plesk interface to Wordpress obviously does not work any more.
How can I change the Wordpress installation path in Plesk?
Version Parallels Plesk v12.0.18_build1200140606.15 os_Ubuntu 12.04 OS Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS
I'm wondering if anyone else has experience with this, or if it's something easy that I'm overlooking.
I am on a VPS service (CentOS Linux) and I want my php mail function emails to send from a specified address. I've already manipulated the headers, so the emails do appear to come from the specified addres, but on mobile devices it comes up as email@example.com format. I would like this to read something like firstname.lastname@example.org
know which configuration files can change this default address?
I am noticing that several of my users are wiping out their user root folders ( logs, error docs, etc...) when they fail to use '/httpdocs/' as the root directory when publishing with FTP.
I fixed this by editing the proftpd.conf to use ~/httpdocs/ as the DefaultRoot folder ( instead of just ~/ ).Would it be safer(better) to go through all the ftp users and make the home directory '/httpdocs/' instead of '/' in the admin UI? If yes, what is the best way to do a mass update of this setting for multiple users ( multiple domains ) ?
Is there a way to change the default value of the "Preferred domain" option in the hosting settings of domains in Plesk 11.5? When ever i create a new subscription/domain it just defaults to the value of "domain.ltd" and i have to go into the hosting settings and manually change it to "None". Is there a way i can set it to use the "None" option every time i create new subscriptions or domains?
I have a Windows VPS with Plesk panel. Windows Server 2008 R2 with plesk panel version 11.5.30.
I tried to change the default plesk panel port (8443) to eg (1234) without any success.
The steps i followed are the following: 1) Firewall -> Inbound rule -> allow for port 1234 2) Firewall, Disable inbound rule for port 8443 3) IIS, PleskControlPanel, Bindings: changed binding from 8443 to 1234.
Now i type on browser: [URL] .... and while its loading after some seconds redirects me to [URL] ...
I am running Plesk 11.5.30 on CentOS and trying to change the default permissions of the /httpdocs folder and the skeleton site that is in .skel/0/httpdocs that appears when a domain is created. I have failed to find the event that I need to use to trigger the command.