Plesk 11.x / Linux :: Where Are Old Access Log Files After Log Rotation
May 14, 2014
In Plesk 11.5 I set log rotation to once a day and to keep 365 files. But I can only find 13 files (only one access_log) in /var/www/vhosts/mydomain/log. But Plesk tells me that 100 GB are used for the logs (the 13 files only have about 3 GB). Where are the files? In previous versions (before 11.5) I always had the files (named .1, .2 etc) in the same log directory.
When I specify log rotation settings for domain xyz.com in Plesk panel I expect them to be saved in /etc/logrotate.d/xyz.com file, at least this is the expected behaviour according to Plesk12 Admin Guide: [URL] ....
Apparently, it doesn't happen and I don't have xyz.com file in /etc/logrotate.d/
Log rotation doesn't seem to work either, at least it doesn't work for error.log
I read somewhere that log rotation feature has to be specially enabled in Plesk but I couldn't find specifics anywhere.
1/ What is the difference between maillog and maillog.processed? I want to keep a permanent record of all mail inbound and outbound even if delivery is deferred by the gray listing. I'm not sure which one is the best to keep.
2/ I would like to change the way that the mail logs get log rotated. I am struggling to work out exactly what happens at the moment but I would like to rotate the log out every day regardless of size. I think currently that the maillog.processed is rotated daily if it is over a specific size.
I have put up a WAMP server that is based on Apache2.4.4. I am trying to utilize the rotatelogs.exe to rotate my access log every night. I have this working on IBM HTTP installations. IBM's HTTP is based on Apache 2.2. why the CustomLog command is not working? The command under my Virtual Hosts that I am using is:
I have Plesk 12 on Ubuntu. In an earlier version of Plesk I have some domains and all was fine. Now on a new server I have a problem: I cannot access to the domains via ftp. I have have user and I can connect to the server with a ftp client. But after (successful) login I did not receive any data and can not do anything.
I use Plesk 11.5.30 on my vServer. I created a new domain with a new web user and /bin/bash (chroot) setting. I can't login with a SFTP connection to this domain only normal FTP connection works. With existing users I don't have this problem.
Using Plesk 12 on a VPS with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. In the Web Server Settings, if I select "Process PHP by nginx", then the URL "<domain>/plesk-stat/webstat/" is answered by Nginx with "404 Not Found". Having sniffed around, it seems:
/var/www/vhosts/system/VHOST/statistics/webstat is getting statistics gathered.I can't say if they are complete, or even sensible, but things are happening there.The various Alias and other statements required for access to AWStats via Apache are contained in the Apache config file /var/www /vhosts/system/VHOST/conf/last_httpd.conf..But no equivalent statements are generated in /var/www/vhosts/system/VHOST/conf/last_nginx.conf.
I want to be able to copy 1000's of files from one subscription to another or rather from one domain to another on the server without having to FTP them each time. Is there a way which this can be done directly in Plesk and avoid the need to ftp the same 1000's of files into each subscription ? FTPing on my connection is really slow and takes 2-3 for each subscription / domain, whereas if I could just FTP to the server once and then copy&paste the files between subscriptions then this would save me a huge amount of time...
After restore (without any errors) some of my files are missing from one particular domain. The files are present in the backup however, they just don't restore. In this case it is a Wordpress installation and the complete wp-content folder did not restore one one of the domains.
I'm trying to get something simple to work in Plesk. I just want to use Apache for PHP files with Fast-CGI and PHP 5.6. Everything works fine with Nginx and PHP-FPM but because of the restrictions, that Nginx can only use a systemwide PHP version, which is 5.3.3 in my case, I need Apache for that.
So the problem is that I get the .php files as download and Apache doesn't parse them.
A little background information: Cent OS 6.6 Plesk 12.0.18 Update #49 PHP Versions 5.3.3 and 5.6.9 PHP Handles installed with this KB [URL] ....:
the problem is very big since backup procedure not backup all files and folder. I have a lot of Wordpress installations (some of that made with App Installer and others made by hand).
Into all the above installations, files and folder created by Wordpress, like plugin installed or image, uploaded are not backup!
I have seen that all this files come with www-data:www-data user and group but with read permissions for owner, group and others, so i not able to understand why they are not inside my backups. If i change user and group all works fine.
Check your Wordpress backup and verify the presence of plugin and images (miniature of images are still present since they are created with different user and group)...
I have a problem with file upload. I changed php.ini files in /etc/php5/cgi and user and php.ini to work with big files. I changed accordingly max_filesize, post_max_size, memory_limit.Also changed suhosin memory_limit and some other stuffs. I cant get files bigger than ~100MB to be sent through forms with post! Below is ok.Is there any method to do this with plesk 11.5?? I saw docs on this particular topics with plesk 10 on internet but nothing for plesk 11.
I cannot SSH or login into Plesk Admin panel. Once I tried SSH, it says 'connection refused'. Once I tried login into admin panel, it says 'Error: Access for administrator from address 'xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx' is restricted in accordance with IP Access restriction policy currently applied.
Tried restarting the plesk server too. Nothing seems working.
I read in the Plesk 12 release notes that resellers should have access to the new Wordpress toolkit. However, when I login with a reseller account, the Wordpress tool does not show up in the left-hand side menu. What do I need to do to give resellers access?