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:
We have a VPS system running with Plesk but after a nightly automatic update there was a error message in Plesk, with a link to 'fix' the problem. After that Plesk stopped functioning. Now, when we log in with correct credentials (we know its correct because we if incorrect, we get a message its incorrect, so thats working) we're presented with this error:
Error: Call to a member function getName() on a non-object (MainMenu.php:48).
I'm using Plesk 11 in a Ubuntu 12.04 Linux environment on a remote dedicated server. I am NOT trying to upgrade to Plesk 12. But, every time I log onto the panel, I get the error message shown on the subject line. Afterward, it says, "To solve this problem, send an update log to Parallels support." I have the update log ... but "where" to send it. Is there an email address? A webpage?
we regularly get this message in boxmail of adress used to send email from server.This is the mail system at host DOMAIN.fr. You can delete your own text from the attached returned message.The mail system
<1@SERVERNAME.HOSTER.com> (expanded from <1>): User unknown in virtual alias table
If i look in maillog i see that :
May 18 16:48:52 SERVERNAME postfix/error: F22521B4E45: to=<1@SERVERNAME.HOSTER.com>, orig_to=<1>, relay=none, delay=0.07, delays=0.04/0.01/0/0.02, dsn=5.0.0, status=bounced (User unknown in virtual alias table)
The problem is in error message (at top) the message attached is the one sent to EMAIL@DOMAIN.com. So we can think the message is not sent to EMAIL@DOMAIN.com. SERVERNAME, HOSTER and EMAIL@DOMAIN are here to mask real data.
Is it possible through Plesk Linux version on the root servers to update?If not and you will update the Debian itself, you have to note something? What should you back up before everything to make Plesk is working again? Is a complete reinstallation is required?
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.
I want to upgrade to Plesk 12, but want to make sure current version of 11.5.30 is working properly.Whenever Plesk tried to update I get the following error.Installing packages
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, priorities, refresh-packagekit Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * atomic: www5.atomicorp.com * epel: mirror.compevo.com 437 packages excluded due to repository priority protections
Fatal error during packages installation: The GPG keys listed for the "CentOS / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - atomicrocketturtle.com" repository are already installed but they are not correct for this package.Check that the correct key URLs are configured for this repository. YumBaseError: The GPG keys listed for the "CentOS / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - atomicrocketturtle.com" repository are already installed but they are not correct for this package. Check that the correct key URLs are configured for this repository.
ERROR: Failed to run the Yum utility.The Yum utility failed to install the required packages.
I've tried a few times to update php on my server from version 5.3 to the latest 5.5 however it keeps conflicting with apache2 that's installed and I ended up having to re-install everything as I accidentally deleted Plesk attempting to fix it.
Ideally I'd rather just run nginx with php-fpm without apache but it's not as straightforward anymore with plesk and how to go about updating PHP?
I've got a clean install of Parallels Plesk v12.0.18_build1200140606.15 running on Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS.
Symptoms are that two of my domains are not resolved anymore, one of which is my mail, the other the plesk default. So even I try to login by ip, it bounces to the default name and that does not resolve.
This probably happened yesterday morning and i see an autoupdate log, so i can't think what else would cause this out of the blue, since i am on holiday and have not touched the server for three weeks.
The log doesn't really have errors, just one warning i saw, about packages not beeing updated, using old ones. But that was only passenger, so ok i guess. The log is rather big and so i didn't read it all. It ends by saying patch for 12.0.18 will not be applied and errors in apt-get update, that i mentioned.
The domains were set up like many others that still work, as masters.
I can log in as root, so if i could just let me log in by ip again.
Linux auringostaitaan.fi 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.63-2+deb7u1 x86_64
we have a problem with internal statistics in one of our servers with plesk, statistics don't update, trying command line at server with "/usr/local/psa/ admin/sbin/statistics --calculate-one --domain-name=domain.tld" we have this result:
WARNING during statistics_collector execution: : statistics: Statistics info parsing error: Number value is out of range for expected type. Error occured at offset 856, character '9'.
[2015-06-29 11:17:29] ERR [statistics: Statistics info parsing error: Number value is out of range for expected type. Error occured at offset 856, character '9'.] ERROR during statistics_collector execution:
We can update some domains from command line, but others fail and cron dont update any, maybe if one fail the cron command stop working?
When I logged in today I saw this message:"Failed to update Plesk. To solve this problem, you can send the update log to Parallels support. View the update logs (Dec 5, 2014). Copy the logs to your computer before you close this message. To close this message, click here." Here is the error log - how do I fix this issue:
On one CentOS 6.5 Plesk 12.0.18 install (with all MUs applied) each time an admin logs in a notification is displayed ("Plesk was successfully updated. View detailed information on the updates.") and once a week the panel generates an email notification (Plesk panel updated successfully).
Other Plesk 12.0.18 servers that are set to automatically update aren't generating this email notification or displaying the "green" notification upon login to the Plesk Panel. Is there a flag, tmp file, or a DB trigger that isn't being set properly to cause this?
just a quick question for those already tried it. I have Horde installed as the webmailer for my Plesk installation. After login in to Horde with an admin account I get update notifications for several of Hordes apps. Is it safe to update them or will it lead to problems with Pleskl?