OS : centos 6.5 2.6.32-431.23.3.el6.x86_64 actual plesk version 12.0.18 after auto-update google authentication and 3other extensions were enabled and now google authentication isn't in the list of installed extensions and not functioning i was able to login as before without google authentication but when I wanted to reinstall the extension catalog shows a empty screen I have ran /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/autoinstaller --select-release-current --upgrade-installed-components & /usr/local/psa/bootstrapper/pp12.0.18-bootstrapper/bootstrapper.sh repair no luck where to look or to reinstall the extention catalog ?
Domain has PHP Settings in Plesk set to 2G and I get this error when uploading a 48MB file using Wordpress. I assume I need ot modify this manually in conf file somewhere to allow uploading large files?
Requested content-length of 48443338 is larger than the configured limit of 10240000..
mod_fcgid: error reading data, FastCGI server closed connection...
When I log into plesk (service provider view) and click on the Domains link on the left, I get an empty page. It isn't blank like there is an error, it has some instructions at the top about creating a customer etc. It just doesn't list any of the domains that are setup on the server. There are several reseller accounts with several domains under each. I've even tried setting up a new customer and adding a domain under the new customer. Still nothing shows up.
I have several other VPS accounts running Plesk 12 with several domains under different customer accounts and the domains all show up on those.
I have suddenly lost all of the websites on the plesk panel server 12.0.18. One of the domains was being used to spam and so I started blocking stuff and removing some of the offending files and folders and the spamming stopped.
However it got to a point where I needed to restart the server and although it was working before the restart, once I did restart it it stopped working. All domains are loading nothing and the access_log looks like nginx or FastCGI is trying to redirect the page somewhere. The bootstrapper repair log file states:
"Details: PHP Warning: include_once(Template/Writer/Webserver/Apache.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory; File: /usr/local/psa/admin/plib/Loader.php, Line: 97"
yesterday I have installed CloudLinux on my Centos 6.6 server. Today only my site was not reach. I have contacted cloudlinux support but this problems does not depend from they. In my personal site I have also WHMCS. For this issue I try: [URL] Then: [URL] I changed size of buffering: [URL] And at the end this: [URL] After that I have the same problem only for one domain.
I have installed NGINX + PHP-FPM + PHP5Memcached + Memcached + APC on my VServer. My Problem is Page loading time of around 40-60 seconds. Installed is 12.0.18 Update #49
Connection Setup: TIME Stalled: 1.860 ms Request/Response TIME Request sent: 0.214 ms Waiting (TTFB): 47.08 s Content Download: 41.757 ms Explanation 47.12
I have reconfigured the Domains but nothing changed and Bootstrap Repair
Code: /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/httpdmng --reconfigure-all /usr/local/psa/bootstrapper/pp12.0.18-bootstrapper/bootstrapper.sh repair If I disable Nginx and use "Apache Module" for PHP than the TTFB time is shorter but is not the prefered way. If I use "CGI" or "FASTCGI" without Nginx than the Page loading time is a little bit shorter but with Erros on the Website.
I tried to reinstall Nginx from Plesk but this gave me Error after enable it
i registered some new domains and wanted to add them via Plesk. Before i did that i got the stanard Plesk default page saying that i have to add the domains via plesk as usual.
When i did that the domain switched to a white page and is not able to load .html pages, i can load a phpinfo.php or install wordpress etc. but when i try to load a simple .html file with css or something, i only get a whitepage..
i dont know why this is happening, other domains from december are working fine, new ones wont. the error.logs are empty and even after a whole server restart it wont work.I´m using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server 64bit + Plesk 12.0.18
I have setup Nginx to serve static pages. I cache some pages and therefor they are static and should be served by Nginx. Now, how can i check if a specific page actual was served by Nginx and not Apache?
I am currently unable to access the Plesk control panel except from the web server itself. When I try any of the following options, all work on the server itself but externally all I get is the default Tomcat page.
I don't know if the problem is on the server itself or something within our firewall - we use Microsoft Forefront TMG. The port 8443 is open, and the Tomcat page is being served. All websites working fine, both internally and externally. The server itself is in a DMZ on the network.
The server is running Centos 7 with Plesk 12.
I just noticed that when adding a new domain, I am warned that the domain resolves to another IP address - the external one. Currently, the IP address set up in Plesk is the internal (192.168...) address. Could it be that I need to change this to the external?
Is there any way to get rid of this loading icon every time you visit the tools and settings page (top right during page loading)? It only happens on our Plesk 12 servers that were not upgraded from Plesk 11.5.
Its irritating because the page layout jumps around after the loading is complete. It is the only page to do it and it happens regardless of the internet speed.
Disabling "Enable access to premium commercial apps on the Interface Management page fixed the issue in Plesk 11.5 but this does nothing in Plesk 12.
I upgraded from 10.4.4 to 11.0.9 and saw no errors in the process, everything was fine. However when I checked the sites after, all of them (including sub-domains) were showing the default domain page. All the files are still there no problem, and as a test I deleted a subdomain a recreated it and it worked fine.
I have a feeling it's something to do with IP addresses (I currently have two set up - most sites use one and about only 5 use the other) as going to the subscription and changing the IP address over to the other one then back to the original seems to make the site show up for most sites. I can't do this on all sites though - any commands to reconfigure everything and get it all back in to place?
I have added name servers and they should be propagated fully as I created them 3 days ago.
The issue is that the domain using these name servers loads fine and then after awhile it goes back to the Plesk default page.. Then after awhile it shows again, etc. I have run reconfiguration command, have restart bind and Plesk. Not sure what else I can do.
This is sort of a test domain I wanted to get working before switching my main sites to these name servers.
domain is webdevoman.com
nameservers are ns1.talkdevelopment.org and ns2.talkdevelopment.org
Every domain that I have added just goes to the default Plesk landing page. I have:
* Added them as new subscriptions * Added domains to a current subscription * Verified that the index.html file is deleted * Verified that vhosts is pointing to proper directory * Confirmed that sites work when clicking 'preview'
I am migrating my old environment from Plesk 10.4.4 on Ubuntu 10.04 to Plesk 12.0.18 on Ubuntu 14.04. I was able to migrate the sites from the old server over to the new server with little issue. The new server configuration with Apache and Nginx wasn't working for me, so I disabled Nginx and reconfigured all domains. I moved each site over one at a time and tested them, resolving issues when they arose, and moved on to the next domain. One thing I did not notice at the time, was the server would intermittently display the default parallels index.html page on the sites.
I would test one site, see it is working, and move to the next, etc. I would then retest the sites and they would display the index.html page. I have tried reconfiguring each domain, restarting Apache to no avail. One site I have is a static site, whereas all of the others are Drupal sites. The static site would display once Apache was restarted, but will go back to the default page after a while. The same thing occurs with the Drupal sites as well. It is just like the sites are shutting down for some reason.
I have checked the log files, and have not come across anything out of the ordinary. I have followed several threads which discussed DNS. The issue occurs when DNS is turned on, and when it is turned off. I do not use DNS on the server since the DNS records are being managed elsewhere. I have even added the correct name servers under each subscription in our system. I have used the Web Server Configuration checker and receive one warning. I followed the steps in [URL] .... I queried the psa database retrieving an Empty set (0.00 sec). Nothing seems to work. One minute the site is there, the next is the default page. As of right now, I am unable to put this server into production since it is not behaving as it should.
i have a domain registered within PLESK having the same name as the server itself. After a short period of time the domain shows up the PLESK default page instead of the original content located in the vhost httpdocs directory.
To restore the content it's possible to deactivate and re-activate the domain from the customers control panel. But after an amount of time the default page comes back.I first recognized the error after the update to PLESK 12.