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 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.
As the admin user, change the setting for a particular email account called "The maximum number of outgoing email messages" to a value beyond the default. For example if the default is 35, set it to 75. This is common -- often we have customers who send larger quantities of messages than the average user.
Login as a reseller with access to manage the email account and attempt to change any *other* value. For example, you could completely ignore the outgoing mail messages value and change just the Auto-Reply value
Plesk refuses to allow the change and kicks me back to the first tab with the following error:
The value must be in the range 0..35. Only the Plesk administrator can adjust this setting.Click to expand...
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 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.
I am trying to change the default php settings under domain (upload_max_filesize & post_max_size) but nothing happens. I am running PHP 5.5 in FastCGI. I also changed it to Centos default PHP (5.4.16) but nothing happens again. It only works when PHP runs as Apache module. The problem is on FastCGI Application.
My server: Centos 7, Plesk 12 Check the screenshot for installed components.
so my website is working perfectly fine for a few months now, and im looking to use Roundcube instead of Google Apps.What are the DNS settings i need to change to for my domain registrar?Currently i have the following records, and it can only send email, and not receive.
A Records @ IP Address A Records webmail IP Address
Tools&Settings Plesk Appearance Interface Management -Power user View (with & without) Use Custom View-Service Provider View (with & without) Open hosting operations in Server Administration Panel However when I go to
Websites&Domain TheWebsite/Show More, the DNS settings are still missing.
Is there any other setting I can try to show the dns settings?
I manage 1 server with 5 domains. I use the panel as power user (unique user)
I want to assign a new IP to a domain. In the hosting setting there is no IP to choose and in the IP tab if I click on the IP there is no domains to choose becouse all the domains are assigned to the primary IP...
I'd like to set IP in the hosting setting of the domain...
I'm trying to view my sites using the "Quick Preview on a domain name in Plesk" setting. I notice that it modifies that domain's DNS records to include the IP with dashes, however when I attempt to preview any of the sites hosted, I get "server not found" from my browser. The URL is the correct syntax, but cannot seem to access the site.
I've tried turning DNS off and on for each hosted site, but this doesn't seem to make any difference.
I want to change SOA Settings from defaults to these: When I press OK button shows that is saved but when I test with [URL] .... and [URL] .... shows that settings still is defaults.How to change these settings??
I recently reinstalled my Plesk Panel 12.0.18 after several failures, which I wasn't able to repair (not even bootstrapper.sh would work). All of my websites weren't accessible, the connection between websites and the Database server didn't work and the Plesk backend was unavailable, too. I used the autoinstaller via command line to make a new Plesk installation.
Now I have a clean panel, the websites are available again, the MySQL database works again, but I don't have all my settings and websites in the Plesk backend anymore.
My question is: How can I get the old settings/configurations, which are still on the server, back in to Plesk?
* Go to "Web Server Settings" add text to "Additional directives for HTTP" and press button "Ok". * Go to "Document root" folder of your domain and now you have a new folder "/cgi-bin/test" with file "test.cgi":
Code: #!/usr/bin/perl print <<HTML; Content-type: text/html <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">