Installing Plesk Panel with Spamassassin on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS gives a significant error:
Restarting SpamAssassin Mail Filter Daemon: No /usr/bin/perl found running; none killed.
server socket setup failed, retry 1: spamd: could not create IO::Socket::INET6 socket on [::1]:783: Cannot assign requested address
server socket setup failed, retry 2: spamd: could not create IO::Socket::INET6 socket on [127.0.0.1]:783: Address already in use
server socket setup failed, retry 9: spamd: could not create IO::Socket::INET6 socket on [127.0.0.1]:783: Address already in use
spamd: could not create IO::Socket::INET6 socket on [127.0.0.1]:783: Address already in use
invoke-rc.d: initscript spamassassin, action "restart" failed.
dpkg: error processing package sa-compile (--configure):
even though spamassassin (i.e. spamd) is not running. The usual suspects for the before mentioned error, being
a) differences in the name of the PIDFILE variable in /etc/default/spamassassin and /etc/init.d/spamassassin
b) directory and/or file location are not readable/writable
are not causing this specific installation bug. The work-arounds:
1 - not installing spamassassin (not an option)
2 - installing spamassassin and (afterwards)
change /etc/default/spamassassin, add the option "-4" to the line OPTIONS, resulting in the line: OPTIONS="--nouser-config -4 --username=popuser --daemonize --helper-home-dir=/var/qmail --virtual-config-dir=/var/qmail/mailnames/%d/%l/.spamassassin --create-prefs --max-children=5"
run plesk-installer or autoinstaller again ..Work-around 2 works fine, after reinstallation the /etc/default/spamassassin is as it should be (note that the added "-4" is not present anymore).
The before mentioned work-around suggests some error in the installation process, very likely to be an issue with the chronological order of installation of the various components. In theory, it can be excluded that this bug/issue is caused by psa-spamassassin and/or spamassassin (version 3.3.x) packages, even though some current spamassassin bugs are known: URL....I sincerely hope that Parallels Team can investigate and patch both of the bugs/issues.
on a fresh installation of Ubuntu (at first 14.04 but on 12.04 the same problem occurs) I installed Plesk via the autoinstaller. It seems to be all fine except I cannot open Plesk in the browser.
The web browser shows "502 Bad Gateway", a look into the error_log at "/var/log/plesk/sw-cp-server" shows the following error:
Code: 2014/08/11 09:37:22 [crit] 4988#0: *4 connect() to unix:/var/run/sw-engine.sock failed (2: No such file or directory) while connecting to upstream, client: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, server: , request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/sw-engine.sock:", host: "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8443" So the problem seems to be the sw-engine service that cannot be started. If I try to start it manually with `/etc/init.d/sw-engine start` it just fails:
Code: * Starting Plesk engine pool manager sw-engine-fpm [fail]
Where to find any startup error log for sw-engine, where I could find any further information.
on my Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server, I have ran the install script. This process stopped with the message: ERROR while trying to establish test connection. If you are installing Plesk on an already configured MySQL server, you need to specify the administrator's credentials to succeed with the installation.
To do this, you need to create a file - /root/.my.cnf with the 'client' section where you need to provide user and its password ("user = $admin_name" and "password = $admin_pass").
After installation is finished, the file /root/.my.cnf will be renamed to /root/.my.cnf.bak
Check the error reason(see log file: /var/log/plesk/install/plesk_12.0.18_installation.log), fix and try again
Accordingly, I have the existing my.conf copied to the ROOT directory and added the two missing lines in the client area. After that I started the plesk-installer.sh again. The process stopped at a line
"Installed product components are determined" and nothing still happend. The log files says nothing but the last information at the previous try.
I tried to install open-xchange from application vault.
I got the following error message: Fehler: Die Installation von Open-Xchange ist fehlgeschlagen. Non-zero exit status returned by script. Output stream: 'Creating OX context user_30 Not Found Failed to create OX context user_30: Not Found '. Error stream: 'Creating OX context user_30 Not Found Failed to create OX context user_30: Not Found '.
the following properties I made: public ox website: http://ox.mydomain.de ox installation server: myip
I see that Plesk 12 supports MySQL 5.6, but the server I am running is Ububtu 14.04 LTS and comes with 5.5.
I need to make 5.6 available but I can see no way of doing it without breaking Plesk (I already tried just installing it from command line with apt-get install and had to restore the whole server from backup!) - there is no option for MYSQL in Plesks updates & upgrades menu ...
I am trying to transfer Plesk 12.0.18#34 from an Ubuntu 12 server to an Ubuntu 14 server.
Using the transfer manager, I got these warnings:
The following Apache modules are not installed on the destination server: authz_default. Please install and enable these modules to prevent possible problems. The following Apache modules are disabled on the destination server: roxy_http,proxy_html,proxy,authz_groupfile,reqtimeout. Please enable these modules to prevent possible problems. The php_version 5.3 is not available on the destination server. Instead, Plesk will use the following version: 5.5. To use the same php_version as on the source server, you should turn on or install it on the destination server. 3 domain(s) will be affected.
I am a bit puzzled by the authz_default warning as it is not supported anymore on Apache 2.4.
If I override and launch the transfer, I get these errors:
PHP Notice: Trying to get property of non-object; File: /opt/psa/admin/plib/backup/Conflicts/PleskDataManager.php, Line: 173 PHP Notice: Undefined index: xx.xx.xxx.202 [IP of old server]; File: /opt/psa/admin/plib/backup/Conflicts/PleskDataManager.php, Line: 180
I have an old laptop with the following specification: Memory: 485 MiB, Processor: Genuine intel CPU T2300 @ 1.66 GHz Ã—2, OS Type: 32 bit, Disk: 78.1 GB,
I installed on it Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and I noticed that the overall system is very slow in responding. I tried to search about that in the internet and I found some articles talking about how to make Ubuntu 12.04 LTS run fast I applied all what they said including download LXDE desktop environment and then nothing different in the system response time.
Then I need to develop some android applications so, I download Android Studio (Beta) 0.8.6. The problem became worse than before whenever I tried to open the Android Studio the screen is frozen for some minutes then it took time to download the projects and initialize the work space also, when I tried to move the cursor he is move very slowly. When I tried to run my first application on the AVD it took three hours and still not run yet.
I delete the Android Studio and install it again several times, I was trying to solve the problem but still nothing change.
Windows setup: Plesk Panel 11.5 - Server 2012r2 - IIS 8.5 - PHP 5.3/5.4/5.5 - mySQL/MSSQL. Server runs behind firewall (NAT). Setup with local DNS pointing all A records towards public IP.
Situation: Installed Wordpress through Plesk applications. (mysql). URL....Installs themes in WP console. Everything ok. Installs theme from file, site gets an 500 error. Sometimes installation of theme goes fine, but once activated or previewed it shows 500 error.
Error: Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.Please contact the server administrator to inform of the time the error occurred and of anything you might have done that may have caused the error.
We are using Plesk 11.5 with postfix MTA. Spamassassin is working fine for incoming mails and leaves outbound mails unchecked - as it should.
Now there is one of my domains whose mails are relayed to another server (using postfix transport tab; mail support for this domain is disabled in plesk). For the moment, these mails arrive without beeing checked and marked by spamassassin. How could I change this? I have tried to register an additional mail-handler like
If there is a direct way to enable spam-control for relay domains, Otherwise I could still access spamassassin via postfix' config-files, but how to use two different implementation of spamassassin at the same time.
I am running Plesk 11.5.30 Update #44, Postfix 2.8.14 and Spamassassin 3.3.1 on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6.5 server. I am looking to update the rules within Spamassassin. I have had a bit of a look and see that a crontab has been created but its a bash script with a comment saying it has been disabled by psa-spamassassin package (/etc/cron.d/sa-update).
#!/bin/sh # This task was disabled by psa-spamassassin package exit 0
Is there a reason why it has been disabled by Plesk? If I update the rules, will it break something?
I have recently added into Postfix RBLs to reduce the amount of SPAM my customers is getting and this is my next step in a list of things that I would like to change.
I just migrated a bunch of domains from plesk 11.5. Everything appears to be working well however when examining the maillog, I am seeing some strange errors... In this example, the message was delivered and had the spamassassin stuff in the header.
spamd: handle_user unable to find user: 'email@example.com'
When I set up spamassassin to store spam in the spam folder of my mailbox, it doesn't add any X-Sapm headers nor tags the subject. All I found so far was an old thread where a plesk employee stated that it will be fixed in 'a' future version.
The Plesk panel indicates that the Spam folder can be retrieved using an email client. We are using Outlook 2013 and can not figure out a way to make this happen. We can see the Spam folder using Webmail, but the contents never shows up in Outlook...