Something weird happening here. I have tried every string possible...
There are a number of folders I want to remove off my server, tried the good old and simple...
rm -r /folder/
And then went and ended up with a string as long as my screen. No matter what I do, as it goes recursive in to the directory it asks me if I want to remove each file individually. No matter what string or action I take it insists on asking me as it goes to delete each file.
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've been trying to configure Plesk as a hidden (super) master for a domain and I've run into some problems.
First off, for those who don't know, a hidden master is a nameserver that is actually the master server, yet does not list in the NS records of the domain.
The servers listed as NS in the zone have accepted the server as their master, but the rest of the world does not know it exists. Hence the term hidden master. The slaves consist of two PowerDNS servers that acknowledge the Plesk server as a supermaster, thus enabling automatic zone configuration and the like upon receiving a notify from the Plesk server.
However, the Plesk server refuses to send automatic notify messages to the slaves (listed in the NS records, also added to the ACL / transfer restrictions template). When requesting an AXFR by hand the Plesk server happily transfers the requested zone to the PowerDNS slaves, but upon changing the zone files through the Plesk panel's DNS management system, no notify goes out to the slaves, which thus don't know anything has changed. I've tried adding an also-notify clause to named.conf (which was suggested elsewhere), but it appears Plesk overwrites the entire named.conf upon zone changes, thus erasing the also-notify clause, subsequently refusing to send out a notify.
Further research into the workings of Bind (the nameserver used by Plesk in this setup) suggests that, by default, it should send notify messages to all servers listed in the NS records part of a given zone. This is clearly not the case in this particular setup, but I can't seem to find where exactly notify messages have been disabled (there is no mention of notify in named.conf).
My questions therefore are: 1) Why doesn't Plesk / Bind send automatic notify messages to its slaves, which is the default behavior of Bind? Where and how has this been disabled? 2) Should 1 turn out to be impossible to fix, how do I override named.conf on a per-domain basis?
when I FTP into my server, I can't see the files files and folders starting with dots, such as .thumbs or .htaccess. How do I configure my server (through SSH) so that these files are visible rather than hidden? I'm running Fedora on my server.
I setup PHP support to Run as FastCGi Application, and i setup the memory_limit=32M in DOMAIN/etc/php.ini, then i create a php program with ini_set('memory_limit','128M'), it does not according to my settings are limited. How can i limit it , only just use the disable_function = 'ini_set' ? or Was there other methods ? Because, When PHP runs as apache module , i can use the php_admin_value in vhost.conf to limit what i want , it does not limit everything like this (disable_function).
I've a new installation of Plesk 12 on a VPS (Ubuntu LTS12.04) and when FastCGI is selected it downloads the PHP files instead of parsing the PHP? Where to look config wise? I've checked php short tag options and they all seem fine.I've set up a test subscription to display the error here: URL....
I've been working on a project that I am trying to utilize some of the new functions from PHP 5.5 so I changed the PHP version from 5.3 to 5.5 on this domain, but I am getting a 500 error. I've found this kb: [URL] .... which is my exact issue, but the resolution doesn't work for me.
All of the permissions are set right, all of the modules are compiled and registered correctly, but I'm still getting a 500 error.
[Sun May 31 20:32:31 2015] [warn] [client] (104)Connection reset by peer: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server [Sun May 31 20:32:31 2015] [error] [client] Premature end of script headers: adduser-exec.php # /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/php_handlers_control --list :
I changed to a new server with plesk 12 and every php that worked with Plesk 11.5 and php 5.4 doesn't work in the new server with fstcgi and php 5.4. They run fine if I config subdomain with FastCgi php5.3 but don't with php 5.4.35. I get this error message in error_log of subdmain using this versión of php (104)Connection reset by peer: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server. Premature end of script headers: test.php
there is no error in /var/log/httpd/suexec_log phpini seems OK.My system uses Centos 6.4 and
I'm having a problem when copying folders into another folder using the same name.e.g. there's a folder called css in httpdocs/backup/css and also httpdocs/css. However, I'm trying to restore the backup and actually copy the /css dir from httpdocs/backup to httpdocs. Plesk should overwrite the existing target css dir (and its content/files) in httpdocs/css. However, Plesk creates a new css dir inside httpdocs/css so I have the "original" httpdocs/css dir content intact and also the css dir (from httpdocs/backup/css) copied into httpdocs/css so the full path is httpdocs/css/css
I'm highlighting the httpdocs (not /css dir) in the File manager - Copy Files window. I've tried that on a few installs and experiencing issue on each of them. Please see the attached screenshots.
Step 1. Select (check) the css dir and click copy (or move, result is the same)
Step 2. Mark the httpdocs dir (it doesn't matter if you click the Replace existing files checkbox)
Step 3. Final result, css dir from httpdocs/backup copied into httpdocs/css/
I've compared the dir content several times and definitely the css dir from httpdocs/backup is copied to httpdocs/css so the full path would be: http docs/css/css and the original "old" files from css will remain there.
My server is Plesk 12 with Postfix and Courier IMAP i am also using Thunderbird as mail client...
My question is when i create a folder from my mail client or webmail they just appear as sub folders of my inbox which is not what i want, i want root level folders not to be under inbox... When i searched for this i found [URL] ....
Is this still the case? Is there anything i can do to have root level folders?
104)Connection reset by peer: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server [Mon Jun 22 15:33:11 2015] [error] [client 126.96.36.199] Premature end of script headers: import_cop.php
and Apache Log
[Mon Jun 22 11:06:57 2015] [error] server reached MaxClients setting, consider raising the MaxClients setting [Mon Jun 22 15:46:17 2015] [error] (12)Cannot allocate memory: fork: Unable to fork new process PHP Warning: Module 'zip' already loaded in Unknown on line 0
How can I fix this problem? The Script is 100% i/O because it has worked onder PHP 5.2 and its comp. whit 5.4.
I have an issue with running of the php-scripts. It runs via Cron (as it consumes a lot of memory), after aprox. 10 minutes after the start-time of the script the following error appears in the error-log file (path - /var/www/vhosts/system/subdomain.domain.tld/logs/error_log)
[Tue Feb 17 19:46:57.003326 2015] [fcgid:warn] [pid 28629] (104)Connection reset by peer: [client XX.XXX.XXX.XXX:48450] mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server [Tue Feb 17 19:46:57.003368 2015] [core:error] [pid 28629] [client XX.XXX.XXX.XXX:48450] End of script output before headers: Name_of_the_script.php
For a very strange reason another PHP-script, that has the same code, but just runs less arrays, and therefore consumes less memory and can be run via browser - works perfectly from both browser and the cron. The php.ini for this domain set up correctly (see the attachment)...
[Mon Mar 23 20:53:14 2015] [warn] [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] (104)Connection reset by peer: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server [Mon Mar 23 20:53:14 2015] [error] [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] Premature end of script headers: index.php
I'm trying to add multiple PHP version (current version installed: 5.5.13), using the official documentation. I always get 500 Internal Server Error after switching to the new version, with the following error_log content:
Code: [Sat Jun 07 00:49:35 2014] [warn] [client XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX] (104)Connection reset by peer: mod_fcgid: error reading data from FastCGI server [Sat Jun 07 00:49:35 2014] [error] [client XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX] Premature end of script headers: index.php Here you can view phpinfo() obtained running php54-cgi index.php from the command line. Same script doesn't work as FastCGI.
I'm trying to add PHP 5.4.29. Here is how I compiled it: