Is there any way to give a reseller or customer access to the php custom settings box labeled "Additional configuration directives" on the website & domains -> php settings button that an admin can see and alter? We have attempted to give resellers the "Common PHP settings management" and "Setup of potentially insecure web scripting options that override provider's policy" options, but it still does not show up to a reseller.
I'm running PP 11.0.9 on Windows 2008 R2 and I've tried to add a PHP extension to the additional directives box of the PHP settings page (domain), however this has no effect on PHP. If I add the extension manually to PHP.ini then it works fine, but adding it to the "additional directives" box does nothing - I've confirmed this on 3 different servers, it does the same on all of them.
I did some searching and it looks like others have this problem too: [URL] ....
Using Plesk 12.0.18 and CentOS 6.6, I installed PHP 5.6 through the Plesk Updates menu. After that, the new version was not automatically selectable inside Plesk Panel. I added it using php_handler.However, when selecting PHP 5.6 for a website, I only get a 500 server error.
Trying to troubleshoot, I ran "/opt/plesk/php/5.6/bin/php-cgi -v", which also resulted in an error:Fatal Error Unable to allocate shared memory segment of 67108864 bytes: mmap: Cannot allocate memory (12)The same kind of error is logged in the error_log for the website I switched to 5.6.
The error also occurs when calling "php-cgi -v" directly in the command line.The same error occured when I tried the same thing with PHP 5.5.
For some application-testing I installed PHP 5.5 and PHP 5.6 alongside the existing PHP 5.3 installation. To do that I used the web-interface of the Plesk-installer.
Installing the software went well, or at least didn't show any errors.
After installing I went back to the login-page to get back into the portal, but that didn't work.
I am using the right username and password and don't see any errors, I just keep getting the login-screen and no errors. Logging in through SSH is working as it should. Only access to Plesk on 8443 seems to be denied.
Server reboot didn't work, restarting Plesk-services didn't work...
How can I restore this so I can get back to work?
This Plesk-installation is on a CentOS 6 server on which I have full rights.
Today at 12.50 pm my (ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS) server running plesk 12.0.18 suddenly stopped serving websites. Any attempts to access a webpage on any vhost returned the 502 bad gateway using Nginx error messsage.When I looked at the nginx logs, I found messages like:
Connection refused) while connecting to upstream, client: m.m.m.m, server: , request: "GET /server-status HTTP/1.0", upstream: URL....
Restarting apache & nginx (/etc/init.d/apache2 restart & /etc/init.d/nginx restart) made no difference and I had to reboot to restore http access.
Strangely if I browsed with port 7080 specified (i.e. http://n.n.n.n:7080), this worked fine for all vhosts, so apache (which I believe is listening on this port while nginx listens on port 80) is working fine - nginx is just not able to pass stuff to it?
My current version of nginx in plesk 11.5.44 is 1.5.0 and i would like to update it to the latest stable version which is 1.6.0. However, i cannot seem to manage to do so. I tried with yum update nginx but i receive Package(s) nginx available, but not installed.
this is a fresh Plesk 12 installation on a Dedicated Server, on Debian 6. I haven't installed a License key yet.When i tried to run MIgration Manager, the loading was taking forever. Also, when i try to enter Webserver Configurations Troubleshooter, i get 502 Bad Gateway nginx error.In the /var/log/sw-cp-server/error_log i get this error:
Code: 2015/06/17 11:42:47 [error] 3918#0: *52 recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while reading response header from upstream, client: A.B.C.D, server: , request: "GET /modules/configurations-troubleshooter/index.php/index/list HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/sw-engine.sock:", host: "X.X.X.X:8443", referrer: "https://X.X.X.X:8443/admin/module/list?context=modules" When i try to insert a Plesk License, i also get this error:
My server admin already upgraded my OpenSSL to version 1.0.1m 19 Mar 2015 and he also upgraded Nginx to 1.6. I'm also running CentOS v5.11 and Plesk v11.5.
However, he tells me that he still can't get TLS 1.2 to work because he noticed that my server uses a different version of Nginx (sw-nginx), which he believes is part of Plesk. How we can get TLS 1.2 working on the Plesk copy of Nginx (sw-nginx)?
how is it possible that after an update my main site is down? This site: www.orderhosting.it has plesk Panel and I have 20 sites. They work perfectly but my main site is off. I think there is an error in the configuration because:
i went to server setting and checked manage php with nginx then start getting 404 Not Found nginx. It was clear that it s a problem with the wordpress permanent links so i went in wordpress back-end and switched to default links then it start working but when i switched to permanent link againi got the previous error again
I searched for a while on internet and i found . URL.... So the problem that i have is that i added this piece of code manually in : /var/www/vhosts/system/domaine.com/conf/nginx.conf....Since it s mentioned above
#ATTENTION! # #DO NOT MODIFY THIS FILE BECAUSE IT WAS GENERATED AUTOMATICALLY, #SO ALL YOUR CHANGES WILL BE LOST THE NEXT TIME THE FILE IS GENERATED.
I have a problem with Nginx on myPlesk 12 with wildcard dns.I want subdomains URl to be like root domain url. Exemple. URL...You can see a live exemple here: URL.... give error 404 instead of showing root domain file (URL....). It's the same for images.What specific rule I must add in plesk panel?
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.
When I reboot my centOS 6.5 + Plesk 11.5 server, Nginx doesn't start and every time I need to go to Server > IP Addresses and click Reread IP.Then Plesk says that need to repair one of these ips, I click repair and then Nginx can start. ( I have 3 ips [2 ipv4 and 1 ipv6] )