I am setting up a new server and started to migrate domains from an 11.x plesk server to this new server with plesk 12.x on it. Everything works fine, domains, users, mailboxes, everything is migrated - except the horde settings inside the webmail. I recognized this after my first login into webmail, normally the inbox is shown (I configured my webmaoil this way) but after the migration this setting is lost - including all other settings. How to migrate this settings?
I have a new Server (CentOS Linux 7.1.1503) and will migrate the Data from my old Server (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS) with the Migration Manager. Both Servers running with Plesk 12.0.18
After i entered the Server-IP and the Login-Data for the old Server i became this Error on the new Server:
Fehler: launchpad error (Error code = 2): == STDERR ==================== Cannot request remote agent status using command line /var/cache/20150518173107557/PleskX.pl: UNIVERSAL->import is deprecated and will be removed in a future perl at (eval 25) line 3. UNIVERSAL->import is deprecated and will be removed in a future perl at IPC/Run.pm line 1060. UNIVERSAL->import is deprecated and will be removed in a future perl at IPC/Run/IO.pm line 78. UNIVERSAL->import is deprecated and will be removed in a future perl at IPC/Run/Timer.pm line 161. Died at AgentConfig.pm line 23. ==============================Click to expand...
I want to migrate a Plesk 9 tot a Plesk 11.5 server. The new server runs CentOs 6.5, but everyone talks about a checkbox with Rsync option and I also see this at pictures at the internet. But in my Plesk panel this option is missing.
Using Plesk 12 with an automated install of Wordpress. Created a site locally using wamp and after some database related issues finally managed to upload the content using a plug in and the content looks fine and largely(!) works.The directory structure is root/httpdocs/wordpress (and I can't change that as a webapp is using it - presumably the Wordpress install).
Following various articles on the net I've deleted the Wordpress skeleton files and index.html file however I'm not entirely sure whether the index.php file should directly be under root or in the httpdocs folder?? - as wherever I put index.php and edit the path accordingly it doesn't display the site.Adding the wordpress folder into the site address ie mysite.com/wordpress displays the content.
Also one article indicated that as I'm using permalinks I need to also copy the .htaccess file but it doesn't display in the Plesk file manager. I know it's a hidden file but I can't see it either when forcing FileZilla to show hidden files.[edit - as it's a windows server, further reading indicates it should be web.config rather than .htaccess (?) but the same comment applies... imh]
I have a problem with my Plesk Backup Manager... When I'm doing server backup (sending to FTP) I get this message...
Error: Runtime error: Export dump to FTP failed at /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/plesk_agent_manager line 727. at /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/plesk_agent_manager line 727 main:erform('verbose', 4, 'owner-type', 'server', 'split-size', undef, 'session-path', '/usr/local/psa/PMM/sessions/2014-08-12-094353.297', 'description', ...) called at /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/plesk_agent_manager line 1319
The dump have been made successfully but can not be imported to FTP due to errors. The dump 'test_info_1408120943.xml' have been leaved at repository. Please export it manually Error:Can't upload file '/usr/local/psa/PMM/tmp/backup5DrNQ9/test_info_1408120943.xml.tar' to ftp. Error code: 1
I've got a Plesk 12 server with the "Slave DNS Manager" extension installed.I've also got a CentOS 7 server that I would like to set up as a slave DNS server.I've installed BIND on the slave server and opened ports 53 and 953.I've followed the instructions on this page but I can't seem to get a link between the two servers: URL....
I've also tried the config that the Plesk panel provides like the case in this thread, I get the same results: URL....
I've setup Bind 9.10.1 on a windows server as a slave DNS server. I've installed the Slave DNS Manager on Plesk 12 for Linux and setup configuration.
New zones are added ok so authentication en communication is working perfectly. But when I delete a zone in Plesk, the zoneconfig file doesn't get deleted on the windows server. I can see the windows eventlog saying "received control channel command 'delzone <domain>'" where <domain> is the zone I deleted. But after that noting. And I see errors after a while because of bind trying to transfer the deleted zone again. The zonefile isn't deleted from c: amedzones...
I lately decide to change my server provided and I decided to go for pre-installed Plesk12 service , plesk installed with os installation and in the beginning was looking ok , till I faced two problems .
The first problem I found is on Backup manager , I set a daily backup with maximum of 5 but every day I receive the error :The backup backup_website.com_info_1505272137.xml and backup_website.com_info_1505262137.xml was not created , I check the current backup task and the two task shows fails.(picture attached)
The second problem I found It may be related , is concerning the File permission , the user root and on group root are not able to change any file permission but the user pinco on group root is able to change it as well as the user Pinco on group psacln/psaserv , I updated the plesk12 to latest release to see if maybe was some changes but unfortunately nothing
Not migration for domains and was fresh install for os and plesk12
I have recently started using the slave DNS manager in the Plesk extension library. I've found that even for DNS zones that are switched off in Plesk, failed sync/transfers still try to take place between the slave and master. Why is this so?
Shouldn't turning the DNS functionality off in Plesk remove the zone from the slave DNS server?
When a domains DNS functionality is turned off, it removed the zone info from the master, but no command is issued to remove it from the slave??
Domain that is trying to sync/transfer: example.com Plesk/Master server: 188.8.131.52 Slave DNS: 184.108.40.206
Code: May 6 08:51:39 ns2 named: zone example.com/IN: refresh: unexpected rcode (REFUSED) from master 220.127.116.11#53 (source 0.0.0.0#0) May 6 08:51:39 ns2 named: zone example.com/IN: Transfer started. May 6 08:51:40 ns2 named: transfer of 'example.com/IN' from 18.104.22.168#53: connected using 22.214.171.124#53166
I have many server with Plesk 12...in this server I have single nameserver...example server number 1 have ns1.domain.com and ns2.domain.com - server number 2 have ns1.tldnames.com ns2.tldnames.com etc etc...
Now I want manage all server with single nameserver example all server working with ns1.newnameserver.com and ns2.newnameserver.com ....
I have licenses for my server of Plesk no limits...how check if PPA is installed in my server ? Otherwise how to install PPA or other software for DNS Manager?
I've been running a Plesk server with around 100 domains for years and years now. I've always used a backup service provided by the server vendor, but with a new server, I wanted to consider some of the backup options built into Plesk.
1. It looks like Plesk/Acronis is dead or only for Windows. Is that right?
2. If I add a backup drive to the server, can I setup Plesk Backup Manager to store the backups there (instead of on the main RAID array)?
3. Are there any other 3rd party extensions that I should consider?
When loggin into the Plesk, it says:Failed to update Plesk. To solve this problem, you can send the update log to Parallels support.View the update logs (Jan 23, 2015).Copy the logs to your computer before you close this message. To close this message, clickhere.How to proceed with that? Whom should I send this log-file?
After the micro update, the database copy function started to hung even just for copying database with 4 tables with less than 10 rows of recrods. Although I followed the link below to remove the hung database copy and remove the unfinished database copied. URL....However, no successful database was copied at all even after the timeout was adjusted.