if I load a webpage from my server, the browser keeps still loading this page and doesn't finish loading. First if I refresh the page, I get the full page content. Sometimes there is html-data missing, sometimes I get only a part of an image. I tried different browsers and different computers, everywhere the same problem.
We have many hundreds of domains on our Plesk 11.5 server (Linux) but many of them do not have SSL support enabled. Any script that would enable it for all domains and subdomains on our server, to save the tedious time of manually checking every domain?
A really nice feature has been brought to plesk with the native support for multiple PHP versions now.I tried it out, but there seems to be an error in the session.save_path of PHP 5.5.23 (the one I tested).sessions.save_path points to /var/lib/php/sessions but the default before seems to be /var/lib/php/session so the folder does not exist.For now I simply worked with a symlink to solve the problem:
cd /var/lib/php/ ln -s session sessions
Not sure if other PHP version or other OSes (besides PHP 5.5.23 and CentOS 6.6 are affected).
I am attempting to migrate from a debian os server with the latest plesk 12 to Centos (rather cloudlinux) and would like to know if there are any options that should not be checked during the process?
I recently tried to do the normal procedure, which is to transfer all objects, etc. And for some reason the percentage went from 1-50% to then back to zero.. but when clicking to check the current status, its still working
Status: in progress Current operation deploying domain.com current operation progress: empty bar
Different sites are transferring, but I am not sure if the migration will effect the system because the difference in OS folder structure and file location.
PHP-imagick: [root@server ~]# yum install gcc (Please note: if it is already installed, then it will be updated if required) [root@server ~]# yum install make automake [root@server ~]# yum install php-pear [root@server ~]# yum install php-devel [root@server ~]# pecl install imagick
Now you will have to add the imagick extension in your PHP condifuration file:[root@server ~]# cd /etc/php.d/[root@server ~]# nano -w imagick.ini
Then you put following line in that file:extension = “imagick.so”..And save it with <CTRL> <O>After finishing this, you will have to restart Apache as follows: [root@server ~]# service httpd restart
I have the latest centos 7 and plesk 12 installed on a dedicated server and i wish to add a new IP to use on a specific website. However, when I am trying to add the IP in plesk i am getting the following error:
Code: Error: ifmng failed: sh: /sbin/ifconfig: No such file or directory /sbin/ifconfig 'eth0:1' '126.96.36.199' netmask '255.255.255.255' up exited with non-zero status 127
I have read somewhere on the forum that installing iptables can fix this but cents 7 is using the new firewald and i am wondering if in the future such a change will not affect the well being of the overall server.
Is there any solution to this problem or will there be a fix from Plesk in the near future ?
I have new Linux server with CentOS 6.6 on it. I have tried to install Plesk version 12.0.18 on it.
During installation process from http://autoinstall.plesk.com/plesk-installer shell script I'm getting error: START Bootstrapper 12.0.18 prep-install for BASE AT Fri Dec 5 19:09:44 CST 2014 ***** problem report ***** ERROR while trying to SMB database not created Check the error reason(see log file: /var/log/plesk/install/plesk_12.0.18_installation.log), fix and try again STOP Bootstrapper 12.0.18 prep-install for BASE AT Fri Dec 5 19:10:01 CST 2014: PROBLEMS FOUND START Bootstrapper 12.0.18 prep-install for BASE AT Fri Dec 5 19:15:46 CST 2014
---TRANSACTION 0 0, not started, process no 32603, OS thread id 139715979196160 MySQL thread id 38, query id 7054 localhost admin SHOW ENGINE innodb status -------- FILE I/O -------- I/O thread 0 state: waiting for i/o request (insert buffer thread)
I am trying to install Plesk 12.0 on fresh CentOS 6 (64bit). It goes as far as initialising the databases and then moans about missing files:/usr/bin/sw-engine: error while loading shared libraries: libpng12.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I then install libpng $ yum install libpng.x86_64
Re-run installer and hits next error - libfreetype: /usr/bin/sw-engine: error while loading shared libraries: libfreetype.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directoryI have CentOS-base repo and Epel repo enabled.
Why are those files not being installed as dependencies by Plesk? Is this a bug ?
I've been trying to get this to work for almost 2 weeks now. Is there a tutorial around for Plesk 12, Postfix and WHMCS that works? WHMCS does not support Plesk, only Direct Admin and cPanel.I'm getting this in maillog:
ct 4 23:12:48 xxx postfix/smtpd: connect from mail-la0-f44.google.com[188.8.131.52] Oct 4 23:12:49 xxx postfix/smtpd: E83E57C9C: client=mail-la0-f44.google.com[184.108.40.206] Oct 4 23:12:50 xxx postfix/cleanup: E83E57C9C: message-id=<CAC9_f0rbT-Lb-v1NKhAr7+HAkg@mail.gmail.com> Oct 4 23:12:50 xxx /usr/lib/plesk-9.0/psa-pc-remote: handlers_stderr: SKIP Oct 4 23:12:50 xxx /usr/lib/plesk-9.0/psa-pc-remote: SKIP during call 'check-quota' handler Oct 4 23:12:50 xxx postfix/qmgr: E83E57C9C: from=<email@example.com>, size=1859, nrcpt=1 (queue active) Oct 4 23:12:50 xxx postfix-local: postfix-local: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, dirname=/var/qmail/mailnames Oct 4 23:12:50 xxx postfix/pipe: E83E57C9C: to=<firstname.lastname@example.org>, relay=plesk_virtual, delay=1, delays=0.89/0.01/0/0.16, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered via plesk_virtual service) Oct 4 23:12:50 xxx postfix/qmgr: E83E57C9C: removed
I have tried editing .qmail and I have also tried this tutorial -[URL] ..... but nothing is working for me at the moment.
I'm running a CentOS 6 server with Plesk 11.0.9 installed. It's only being used for dev purposes with only a couple vhosts running on it. All of the vhosts are using PHP - there are a few WordPress sites and Zend Framework 2 applications running. Up until a few months ago it was also running a high traffic WordPress site, but that's no longer the case.
This server has been running without problems for over a year. A few days ago I first started noticing 503 errors (Service Temporarily Unavailable) on accessing one of the vhosts from the web browser.
I logged on through ssh and noticed the load was a bit higher than I expected (nothing crazy though). All other vhosts using PHP also gave me the same error. The only vhost that was working normal was a Ruby on Rails app (Redmine).
I also did a netstat -napt and noticed many connections from two or three IP addresses. I checked their geographical location and after blocking them through iptables the problem seemed to have gone away.
Now it's a few days later and the same problem started popping up. I checked again through netstat and noticed that again a whole bunch of connections from only a handful of IP addresses were connected to Apache.
When I was digging deeper I noticed that some of those IP addresses were what looks to me like other servers (at least they're running Apache). I'm suspecting they are hacked servers and they're trying to use my server to send spam or some other type of evil.
I just blocked those new IP addresses in iptables and that seemed to have solved the problem for now again, but I want to solve the root of the problem.
So my questions are: 1) How can I find out to what vhost those clients are connected? 2) Why does Apache stop working with not that many client connections, when it used to serve thousands of visitors at the same time when that big site was still running on this server? 3) What could they possibly be using my server for? The first time it happened I thought that they found some leaking WordPress plugin to use to spam people, but today I checked and there's barely anything in the mail queue.
couldn't find any installation guide by Paralles how to install Plesk12 step by step. Found some on the internet, got the webinstaller started, but it says I should visit "192.168.0.100:8447" in my browser, which is just the internal IP of the server. Now I don't know what to do now, it's a fresh installed CentOS 6.5