Plesk 11.x / Windows :: Can Delete Files Of Recycler Folder?
Apr 21, 2013
I have noticed that i never install any program on my Server and my files of Web only 5 GB and Windows take 15 GB (My Hard Disk Usage 30 GB). Now my disk space available 1.7 GB. But when i go to check in the Recycler folder. There many files are taking up huge amounts of space, some are in excess of 10 GB . So could i deleting these files? How can I automatically delete contents of Recycler folder?
I had a Problem with my FTP-Backup space, so PLESK couldn't do the daily backups that I configured. The problem with the ftp backup is solved. The backups are running again but there are still many large temporary files in a plesk folder.
Can I just delete them, or is this a bad idea?
The folder: C:Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskPrivateTemp
I have a problem with users that want to download files that are in a protected folder. They don't get the login popup when the click on a link, if they use a direct url then they get the login but the download doesn't begin.
iPhone OS 7.12
Plesk Control Panel version: psa v8.4.0_build20080505.00 os_Windows 2003/2008 Operating systemMicrosoft: Windows 5.2;build-3790;sp2.0;suite272;product3
I cannot seem to find a conclusive answer to this. I use subdomains to create client websites then once they are in their own domains the subdomains still remain. Can I delete only the subdomain and leave all the files or at least leave the database since it is still connected to the new domain. Example below.
subdomain.example.com uses database1
newsite.com still uses database1
Is there a way to copy the database into the new domain?
I think the wrong text is displayed for the option "Remove Domain Alias".
In Plesk 11.5.30 Update #13, in a Webspace, on the Websites & Domains tab, if I click an alias, a window appears for the alias with the option to "Remove Domain Alias". If I move the cursor over the text "Remove Domain Alias", or click on the link, I see a pop-up: Removing this website will also delete all related files, directories, and web applications from the server.
I think this is incorrect because removing an alias should not remove any files, directories, and web applications.
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 several users using WordPress that has been installed using the Plesk panel. They want to change the directory that WordPress is installed to. I know if that is done that WordPress will no longer be able to be managed or updated using the Panel. Is there any way to change the folder structure so that this application can still be managed by Plesk?
I'm trying to create a network connection from Windows (8.1) to my Plesk filesharing folder, which should be straight forward. For some strange reason my Windows desktop PC doesn't establish the connection but shows me an error message, saying that the provided folder is invalid (see attached images).
I'm SURE this is me being stupid but I cannot find where to change folder permissions in the new Plesk interface?
I go to the file manager but all I have are the basic file/folder operations (Create, Delete, Upload File, etc) - I can't find anywhere to change permissions on the folders to give the MYSERVER_IUSR permission, etc.
I've been using CPanel for a few years now and I've encountered an error that I have no clue how to fix it. Basically the files have been with me for the last two or three years and I've changed them from server to server. I'd say these files have been through about four or five servers. The funny thing is I can't delete any of these files. The files are in a folder under public_html and I can't delete the folder or any of the files or folders inside of that folder. I've tried through FTP and through CPanel.
The FTP error I get (I'm using WS_FTP Pro) is:
# transferred 4277 bytes in 0.063 seconds, 534.625 Kbps ( 66.828 Kbps), transfer succeeded. 226-Options: -a -l 226 58
The CPanel error I get (through File Manager) is:
[a fatal error or timeout occurred while processing this directive]
and under the trash can in File Manager:
Unable to change directory to /home/mydirectory/.trash! You do not seem to have access permissions! (System Error: Permission denied)
I even CHMODed all of the files to 777. I don't know how to get rid of these old files, how do I do it? I also have root to the server if that helps.