result => The subscription <domain.com> is now associated with the service plan Hosting..When watching the webinterface in Plesk, I see the domain is "connected" to the service plan, so far so good. However, I notice that the subscription is not synced.
Back to the CLI, I've tried some combinations, but I can't get the subscription synced. The webbased interface keeps telling me that the subscription is unsynced. Here is what I've tried:
And I also unlocked it (just in case it was locked) like so: /usr/local/psa/bin/subscription --unlock-subscription <domain.com>
The funny part is that the CLI tells me: "Subscription <domain.com> was synchronized with the associated service plans." but unfortenately it's not if I look through the GUI. Only if I click the sync-option webbased the subscription get synced. we have to transfer over 1000 domains and need to sync these domains with a given service-plan.
apparently Envelope-From, Sender and Errors-To headers are set to a wrong address for messages from mailman to the list-owner. This is particularly true for mails like 'message requires approval'.
It seems like the plesk<->mailman magic results in all list-domains being written to the end of /var/lib/mailman/Mailman/mm_cfg.py in the following format: add_virtualhost('list.DOMAIN').This in return results in mail headers Envelope-From, Sender and Errors-To of mailman system mails like described above being set to mailman-bounces@DOMAIN, where DOMAIN is the one from the last add_virtualhost entry.
In my opinion, this obviously is a bug. Maintainance mails from mailinglists have wrong headers set, often with a domain that belongs to a completely different customer than the mailinglist.
I found the following discussion on mailman-users mailinglist from 2008 which discusses the same issue - also a plesk setup: URL....
OS: CentOS 6.5 (Final) Plesk version: 12.0.18 Update #16, last updated at Sept 11, 2014 04:07 AM PHP: 5.4.32
we created a new mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org and we tried to send a message, as administrator, to the list and to the temporary users subscribed.But Mailman dones't send anything ! And we receive this error:
Upgrade from 11.5 reported it had completed but when I log in, I get the grey bar on the left with various options - Hosting Services, Tools & Settings etc. (only Profile & Preferences works) and a main white screen with the words 'File Not Found' in large font black lettering.
I just installed Plesk 12 Web Admin Edition, installed and activated all licence keys and everything works fine.The only thing, I can't find the "Service Provider View" in the Interface Settings, there is only a "Power-User" view provided, even I've selected the Service Provider View during Plesk Setup, I was moved to the Power User view and now I can't switch the interface.I am really missing the server health monitoring from this Service Provider View like got it on all other servers I have.
Lately whenever i try to connect to my Plesk Panel, I get Firefox's "Unable to connect" error and with Internet Explorer I get "Cannot display web page". I disabled all addons, still couldn't connect. Checked my Firewall, still nothing. I pinged the IP and got 51ms. My site is still up. And I just dont know what's wrong.
I've got about a dozen servers on a single Linksys 224 switch but it only has the choice of 10/100 for port speeds. I need something that can actually limit thru-put per port in 1mbps increments and also has snmp.
The obvious choice would be a Cisco, but I don't like to toss technologies I know nothing about into the systems that pay my rent and I just don't have the time to learn IOS right now. I can deal with a Linux command line, but I haven't heard of any Linux-based switches. I also don't have any serial ports on my latest laptop so I'd actually prefer a web-based interface like the consumer stuff has.
Lastly, it has to have gig-e uplinks like my existing Linksys because I'm going to be jumping up to a 200mbps commit pretty soon.
I have two problems regarding Mailman Mailing Lists.
1) The Mailman Interface is usually located under lists.domain.tld/mailman (I changed the config from /cgi-bin/mailman/ to just /mailman/), but it seems the apache confs for this subdomain are not applied – I only see the servers default page when visiting this URL. domain.tld/mailman works, though. It would be great if lists.domain.tld/mailman would actually work and domain.tld/mailman wouldn't work.
How do I change/repair the configurations properly? I've installed the newest MU and already to reinstall mailman.
2) I get an Internal Server Error when visiting the domain.tld/mailman Interface. Reason is mod_suexec, which I need to disable for domain.tld/mailman, but where and how? All the vhost configurations are created automatically.
I could imagine this is related to my first problem and the mod_suexec thing is properly configured in the lists-subdomain config.
This is my first post here and this sub-forum seems to be adequate for my question. If it is not, I apologize in advance.
I want to create a web application for an upcoming project of mine that has the potential to attract a large number of people. So the web application needs to be fast and secure at the same time.
I used PHP for minor projects for some time now, and although it is really efficient for quick web development, it _appears_ to me like a house of cards waiting to collapse. If you know how to use it properly, it can be acceptable, but there are still numerous security exploits in PHP itself that have surfaced over the last decade. Additionally, it tends to be quite slow and has a lot of bugs that aren't really security related, but can make your life hard. I've run test scripts (that I optimized for web deployment) on my own computer, and even on my own computer which is way faster (in terms of CPU speed, number of cores, RAM, and so on) than most servers, it runs slow--without any database access! And I honestly don't buy the "your server will spend most time in your database anyway, so don't worry about that" statements. I've tested it with databases that have millions of rows in them, and coded a test script that accesses the table and then calculates stuff from that and outputs it. If I comment out the database access the time needed to execute the script is only marginally reduced. I observed the same in my other projects. I also used Python and the problem seems to be the same.
Now, before the PHP/Python fanboy crowd yells at me: "Google uses Python and Wikipedia uses PHP, too". Yes, I know. But they have a lot of money to throw at the problem and can easily add new hardware if needed (Wikipedia alone has collected over 6m USD in the last year from donations). And a Wikipedia staff member I talked to some while ago told me that it's a miracle that Wikipedia is still running given that it is written in PHP with all its security problems (not my words).
So I thought: why not use a compiled language?
The obvious advantages would be that it is faster, and that I can leave out all the junk that is not needed in my case, thereby decreasing the chance of badly written code running in memory.
I have coded in C and C++ for a long time, including security-critical applications. So I absolutely know how hard it can be to write really secure applications, but I think it is also fair to say that I know how to minimize the risk of buffer overflows, validate user input properly, and so on. I often force myself to review my code some time later, in order to spot coding mistakes that you just won't see the first time. Additionally, I've created a neat string library around the standard library that makes string manipulation as easy as in PHP or Python.
So I continued my thinking: why not use C/C++ for your web applications and 'somehow' interface them with your web server?
And that's the problem--the 'somehow interface'. I don't know what to use that won't be deprecated in like 5-10 years from now. CGI seems to be quite okay, but I heard there's a huge overhead due to loading the executable into memory each time a user requests a page. FastCGI seems to be a better solution, but is not as widely supported.
My question is: What interface should I use if I want my web apps to be compiled? CGI, FastCGI, what else? The interface needs to be supported into the far future, it needs to be efficient and fast. And there's also one more important factor: time. Coding the application itself is an acceptable time loss, but if I can only run the app on a dedicated server and have to manage the whole server myself, this can become quite cumbersome. I'd really like to use a solution that can be run on a managed server.
I want to create a mailserver setup ( SMTP/POP3/IMAP/SSL) in my server which in public network.Can any one suggest the Webbased GUI interface tool which manages my mailserver setup . The tool must able to manage users ( creating mail users,allocating quato).
I have a requirement where one of our partner is planning to connect to our datacenter using a dedicated leased line.
As per our partner, they will engage a Leased line vendor for this. This vendor will terminate the leased line ( Single mode fiber -- SC connector) to the Comm room of our Colocation provider.
I have next to nothing knowledge about fiber connectivity and have few questions in this regard.
Q1. If Single mode fiber is terminated at COLO's Comm room in form of SMF SC connector, what kind of cross connect should we request from COlo's comm room to our cabinet. ( SMF / MMF )
Q2. How are these cross connects terminated in cabinet? Do Colo provider use some kind of fiber patch panel or they simply provide a fiber link with SC/LC connectors at the end of it?
Q3. If cross connect needs to be SMF SC then which cisco routers support SMF SC interfaces? Do I need SC-LC patch cable?
(I looked at the various option but could only find the following GLC-LH-SM or GLC-ZX-SM for SMF connectivity. I read about these and found that GLC-LH-SM is used for terminating single mode fiber that spans up to 10 km and GLC-ZX-SM is used for terminating single mode fiber that spans up to 70 km in length. It looks as if both of these support LC connectors. Are these the only two SMF connectivity options? Do I need SC-LC patch cable )
Q4. Our partner only tells us that the terminated link will be terminated using SMF SC. How to figure out if GLC-LH-SM or GLC-ZX-SM is required.
does anyone know about control panel written in Java so I can run it in Tomcat (I don't wont to mix apache and php as I'll be hosting only a java site) ? so far I had a look at direct admin, webmin and lxmin.