Plesk 11.x / Linux :: Service Plan Inside Reseller Plan Using CLI
Jun 2, 2014
I like to create some service plans using the cli-tools, /usr/local/psa/bin/service_plan.I am able to create a service plan, but I'm unable to create a service plan inside a reseller plan. For example I cannot "tell" the service_plan script to add the created serviceplan to a reseller plan. Is it possible to create a serviceplan inside a reseller plan, using the cli?
I can't switch a subscription to another service plan, my conf is very simple.I have on reseller account with service pack "Default Reseller".This reseller account contains 1 client with custom subscription.
When I want to switch the pack to another service plan, I have only one choice : "No change" so I cannot.I have 4 service plan so I don't know how to solve this problem.
I have a 'Service Plan' which has 270 subscriptions associated with it. When I navigate to 'Service Plans' page, underneath my plan it reads "Unable to sync subscriptions with the service plan" along with a yellow exclamation mark.
If I go into the plan there is another message near the "Update & Sync" button stating that syncing will take time and therefore be run in the background. When I click the "Update & Sync" button nothing appears to happen. If I then click on the plan again, as if to edit the settings I get the following "Warning: Subscriptions are currently syncing with the service plan. Please wait until the sync process is finished." and it prevents me from accessing the plan settings.
If I wait a while, I can eventually get into the plan settings again, which should mean that the Update & Sync has completed. However the "Unable to sync subscriptions with the service plan" warning is still present under my custom plan on the 'Service Plans' page and if I navigate to a subscription to check if it has been updated it hasn't.
If I change the subscription plan to another plan and then change it back to my original plan again, then the changes are reflected. But this is obviously a workaround.
Why doesn't the "Update & Sync" button do as it should?
Why is my plan "Unable to sync subscriptions with the service plan"?
I use a up2date Plesk 12 on a Debian Linux Server. I use my Admin Account to create Service Plans, Customer an Subscriptions. I enter the customer Accounts by klick Open in Control Panel (i am Admin in the Customer Account) and add domains.
today I try to change the PHP Settings of all Domains. (set more php_memory and max_execution_time)The Service Plan are success sync to all Subscriptions. but the settings are not change on the Domains check with phpinfo();so I try to rewrite all settings by using the command line and change the PHP Version and change back
for i in `mysql -uadmin -p`cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow` psa -Ns -e "select name from domains"`; do /usr/local/psa/bin/domain -u $i -php_handler_id 9235d9db7f57382520fd94d64d1f80b2f121e79b; done
for i in `mysql -uadmin -p`cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow` psa -Ns -e "select name from domains"`; do /usr/local/psa/bin/domain -u $i -php_handler_id fastcgi; done but the settings are still not effected.
I am doing migration of plesk 11 from one server to another server on both server version is same but after migration I cant find any service plan which is there on old server.how can i copy / migrate service plan from one serer to another server
I am not happy with my current reseller web hosting plan. I have about 12 sites which are Wordpress blogs. My current reseller plan get many 500 server time outs and slow page load times. Support basically responded that that I was using to many server resources.
Knownhost has many positive reviews at WebHostingTalk.com. However, I could not find a specific review for their reseller hosting used for Wordpress blogs.
Is Knownhost KH Pro reseller plan a good choice to run heavy PHP, MYSQL, dynamic scripts like Wordpress withoust server timesouts and slow page load times?
Also is it possible to transfer Cpanel created email accounts and email forwarders? If so how?
the reseller account is for my personal use. All my sites get almost zero traffic; but I have not really promoted them.
The more I read on the forum, the more I'm beginning to consider a reseller plan.
Basically, I'm an ASP.NET/MS-SQL developer and I foresee myself developing (and possibly managing) a relatively small number of websites for people who likely have neither the technical skills nor desire to get too involved with maintaining their websites. So, I need to be able to host multiple domains, have multiple databases, and probably multiple FTP accounts.
The obvious advantage of reseller accounts, as I understand them, is that they give you the ability to provide the website owner (my customer) the tools to manage their site in more or less the same way they could if they directly set up their hosting account with GoDaddy or whomever. But, if my customers end up being people that don't want to mess with any of that, then this capability is not important. However, after looking at ResellerZoom.com, which I saw recommended in another thread, it seems the sheer capacity of resources available, e.g. unlimited databases, 200 domains, make it worth the slightly higher cost.
I see Site5 have a 5 dollar deal on their homepage, but I don't know if it's any good. I hear from a lot of people to get a reseller account if you plan to make a lot of websites. It's more expensive than the 5 dollar plan with less bandwidth and storage, so there got to be something to it. What are the benefits of a reseller account compared to that 5 dollar deal plan?
everytime I modify a plan (having subscriptions or none) and press "update and sync", the plan starts syncing and never stop. I let the plan syncing three hours today and the result is the same, trying to disconnect/reconnect and still syncing.
I've officially decided to go with Hostgator but I'm having a hard time choosing which type of plan would make the most sense for; maybe there is something I'm not seeing and I'm hoping to get some additional insight...
Here is my plan; I plan on hosting multiple domains (business and personal) and atleast one e commerce website to start and it will eventually grow into about 5 down the road (this is going to be a drawn out process and I want to do it right).
The problem I have is I realize in order to get a true ecommerce website up in running I will need a dedicated IP address and SSL certificate for each site. If I purchase the Business plan it only comes with one dedicated IP and one SSL cert; Hostgator also told me that I'm unable to add an additional dedicated IP address or SSL cert to the business plan so I would have to purchase an additional Business Plan (12.95) per each site. It sounds like I could still host private and not SSL required sites on the business plan and as much domains as I want.
If I go the reseller path then the cost per month will be twice as much as the Business Plan and there is no dedicated IP address included. I will also have to purchase dedicated IP addresses at 2.00 a month and SSL certs as well so that method could get expensive.
I'm also not sure if the baby plan would suffice as well, but apparently not because there is a limit of 1 dedicated IP per plan
What would you guys recommend I do; I want a plan that will allow me to grow with them.
Just curious on what your guys thoughts were..
Also I read a previous post in this forum that someone said their SSL cert prompted the end-user to install the certificate; Being in Ecommerce this is obviously unacceptable to me.
I am a PHP/MySQL web developer and I want to take on the challenge of administering my own server.
I have Plesk installed on the server, and I imagine I will have command line access to the dedicated server.
What unknown challenges lie ahead for me? What are things to monitor to keep the site running efficiently? What should I be using to connect to the server? What tools are available to help me be more efficient?
I have a client on a dedicated IP, today we needed to downgrade the web hosting plan. As the web hosting plan puts users on a default shared IP, this plan change also changed the dedicated IP to the shared one causing some propagation issues for a small period of time.
I have contacted WHMCS about this asking if they had a way of changing the clients plan but keeping the IP address intact as this could lead to some very undesirable outcomes. They explained that it is not their fault and to contact Parallels.
I know I can change the plan directly in Plesk however by initiating the plan change via WHMCS, everything is automated.
we use plesk 12 and server 2012 r2 i want know how can i disable php perl python cgi that resellers can not enable it for their users when add new plan, i do not want my users and users resellers access to php perl python cgi,
OSMicrosoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 Panel version11.5.30 Update #47
We have a few hosting plans setup with different "allowances" for each.The website permissions allow basic html and PHP.In Windows Advanced: The website settings allow for html, php, asp and asp.net
When we change a Basic Hosting plan to Windows Advanced using "Change Plan", it will reassign the subscription/domain to use the new plan, but it will not add-on the extra features in Hosting Settings.
I saw this ad url webhost4life.com/linux199.asp on google. It's a $1.99 month deal with 2000gb of space, 20,000gb of bandwidth and unlimited domain names. Anyone used this service? I want to sign up but want to see if anyone used first to get some extra info.
my web is laschicasdelgordo.com.ar and have aprox 10 gb of bandwith for a day. the other problem is the speed.. in argentina have good speedy but in USA or SPAIN is very slowly. the thing is i dont have too much money for pay a dedicated server.. and in Argentina de hosting plans are very expensive and slowly.. but i dont know american hosting.
well.. i need this
1- accept adult content 2- price $30 -$ 50 for month 3- 500 or more bandwith 4- 256-512 ram 5- cpanel 6- 5 - 10 gb hard disk 7- celeron 2200 or more
I did some quick live chat sessions with them just to see how far this "unlimited" really goes. Here's what I got:
-Maximum of 8 simultaneous IMAP connections -Maximum of 40 simultaneous PHP connections -Maximum of 60 simultaneous MySQL connections -Maximum of 400 simultaneous HTTP connections -Maximum of 8 simultaneous FTP connections
I just found that kind of funny and thought I'd share it with y'all.
It basically just sums up what y'all have been saying all along:
If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.