I have a big problem concerning the file upload limit (I need a large size, around 2Go) : I was using my app in /var/www/vhost/default and it was working perfectly, I decided to change it and use /var/www/vhost/mydomain.com to have it throught the plesk panel, and there I have an upload limit than I need to push. I can't upload files larger than 128Mo and I don't know why.
- I have checked all php.ini files (with locate php.ini) and they are all correct.
- I used plesk panel to set php conf -> done.
- I put :
php_value memory_limit 2000M
php_value upload_max_filesize 2000M
php_value post_max_size 2000M
in my .htaccess in htdocs
I reload/restart apache2, psa, ... And it still doesn't work, I have no more idea every conf file seems correct. It's not a permission problem because I can upload some 80Mo files but not 500Mo ...
I have 1 domain so i will use upload script on but there is some issue when i try and upload file.
I have upload 1 file so was 11MB & 1 file so was 6MB without problem.
And try with a file so was 17.46MB and this will not upload. It seems to me that it is a barrier for some space 16MB of uploading! Since that work and upload file so was 6 & 11MB but when I try and upload a file so is 17.46 or higher it stop.
I'm running Plesk 12. I install it today, using the ISO which parallels provides, which includes centos 6.5 and preinstalled Plesk 12 in my vps. Then I logged in plesk, and I did everything it wants. Then I upgraded my php, to php 5.4.36 according to the manual that Paralells provides, and then I tried to increase the max upload file size for phpmyadmin. I have edited my /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/php.ini file and tried to restart using with 3 different ways using terminal:
1st: service sw-cp-server restart 2st: /etc/init.d/psa stop /etc/init.d/psa start 3st: reboot (which rebooted all the vps)
My php.ini file is:
short_open_tag = On y2k_compliance = Off output_buffering = Off max_execution_time = 600 max_input_time = 600 memory_limit = 256M max_file_uploads = 99999 max_input_vars = 2000
However, when I'm trying to import a 31mb sql file, I always get that error, and only some of my tables are being imported:
#1153 - Got a packet bigger than 'max_allowed_packet' bytes
I'm having a problem with Plesk Panel 11.0.9 update #64. All other page running perfect. But when I go to "Backup Manager --> Database Backup Repository --> Upload Backup File" then Plesk Panel show error: Internal Server Error 500.0.
We are having an issue upload a 300mb mysql database to phpmyadmin.. With direct mysql file, t stops and only copies a few tables, stating to reupload to continue (which it doesn't and states that there are pre-existing tables). With zip file, it does the same.. at one point at 504 error occurred.
We need to upload to a virtual server (managed with Plesk 11.5) a Wordpress site developed locally. We made this operations without problems many times on other hostings managed with custom panels, non-Plesk.
On the virtual server with Plesk, however, once the files are uploaded via FTP, the database via phpMyAdmin and updated the Wordpress configuration file, when you go to visit the website, it does not display anything and the browser opens the download window for a text file called "download" that contains the code of the file index.php of WordPress.
why, or when this happened, but all of a sudden the PHP Memory Limit for all of my domains is 64M? I used to have it set to 128. How to change this setting so that all domains have the ability to go to 128M ?
on a fresh debian 7 64bit openvz system we actually have a problem with the new plesk 12 feature of limiting outgoing mails.We migrated about 25 systems to plesk, this is the first that makes problems.If limiting outgoing mails is activated (i double-checked all possible checkboxes in plesk) a fresh mailbox gives us the following error while trying to send via smtp:
Aug 15 13:09:32 2d4 postfix/smtpd: connect from unknown[XX.XX.XX.XX] Aug 15 13:09:32 2d4 postfix/smtpd: E9AF61C58851: client=unknown[XX.XX.XX.XX], sasl_method=PLAIN, sasl_username=XX@XXX.XX Aug 15 13:09:32 2d4 greylisting filter: Starting greylisting filter... Aug 15 13:09:32 2d4 /usr/lib/plesk-9.0/psa-pc-remote: handlers_stderr: SKIP
After deactivating the feature all mail is sent without any problems. We use postfix + dovecot.
In the documentation for Plesk 12 there is no information on what is happening if the limit for outgoing mail is reached.
If there is a limit of 50 mails per hour on a mail account and someone is trying to send 60 mails in one hour, what does happen with these 10 mails over limit?
1. Are there send 50 mails and the rest of 10 mails are deleted and will never be sent? 2. Or are these 10 mails sent later? 3. Can there be sent more mails in the next hour or is the mail account now blocked for sending mails?
I upgraded Plesk to 12.0.18 on centos5.8 just because of new feature, Outgoing Mail Limit. There was no problem until I had to increase one of my client's domain limit. I set its Mail Box, Domain & subscription limit to "unlimited", but user get limit exceeded warning again. I search this problem on internet, and the only related article was [URL] .... but I didn't got meaning of "server wide limits".
I have a plesk 12 panel with outgoing email limit configured to 10 messages by hour.
I have a redirect account (An account named for example A, without mailbox, doing forward to another two internal accounts B and C). I doesn't know if these account are in use for outgoing email, but i think no.
The problem, are, these account are triggering the outgoing limit everyday on some hours. What's going on? Maybe the forwarding action are counting outgoing emails?
I need some method to check account when they trigger the limit to view who messages are trying to send (At least, headers, because i doesn't understand who messages are triggering limit). Also, if the problem are the forwarding, i need a method to not count these messages as outgoing ones, because i understand, if forwarding are triggered by an automated action / internal redirect / received message, these message doesn't are a outgoing one.
Samba accesses can be restricted to certain IP / ranges through the access tab in the Plesk Samba extension screen.This builds the /etc/samba/ smb. conf.include file with entered information.All well and good so far.
This file contains the standard 'do not modify...' text, so making manual changes directly here is undesirable. In Plesk are some Linux commands such as /usr/local/psa/bin/php_handler through which permitted changes can be made from the command line.
Is there a similar command included which would allow a shell script to make changes in a supported manner like the /usr/local/psa/bin/php_handler file does? any changes the script makes can be seen in the Plesk Panel and unless admin changes them through the panel will be persistent.
I am trying to increase the PHP memory limit for all Plesk hosted sites.
I've updated the 'memory_limit' setting in /etc/php.ini
Then I ran
Code: /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/httpdmng --reconfigure-all /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/httpdmng --reconfigure-server Checking a phpinfo() page on hosted sites I see that this setting has not been effective.
Checking some /var/www/vhosts/system/domain.com/etc/php.ini also shows the old setting, and I can see that these files have not been updated.
I note that all these domain php.ini files have been modified earlier today, all at the same time, so presumably some process did regenerate them earlier. All these files hae the "DO NOT MODIFY ..." heading
I realise that I can go the the domain in Plesk GUI and save the PHP settings to force an update, but is there anyway to force the regeneration of all of these files via CLI?