i've set up a new Debian 7 server with Plesk 12. After the basic configuration, i've installed nginx via Plesk updater.Now, when restarting the whole server, nginx doesnt start for some reason. Plesk shows it as running, but `service nginx status` shows, that it isnt running. But an `nginx.pid` exists in /var/run, but it's empty.
However, starting it manually via `service nginx start` works fine without any error.I've already tried `update-rc.d nginx remove && update-rc.d nginx defaults` but without any success. I've also tried another init script, but same results.
FTP session opened. unable to open TransferLog '/usr/local/psa/var/log/xferlog': Too many levels of symbolic links chroot to '/var/www/vhosts/domain.com' failed for user 'user': Permission denied error: unable to set DefaultRoot directory FTP session closed.
This is a fresh plesk12 installation on a kvm vps on centos 6.6
We used the migration and transfer tool to copy data from another server. After the full migration without changing any setting from the configuration files, any mail account hosted on this server cannot receive emails.
Since the plesk installation by my hoster did not include a mail server, I installed postfix and dovecot from the upgrades menu, followed the steps at [URL] .... and ran mchk to add the mail settings option to my domain. However, when I click on it, I receive the error "Warning: Permission denied." and stay on the domain overview. There is no error logged in var/log/sw-cp-server/error_log, /var/log/sw-cp-server/sw-engine.log or /usr/local/psa/admin/logs/panel.log.
I also tried "plesk bin mail --create firstname.lastname@example.org -mbox_quota 1M", but then I receive the error
Code: ERR [util_exec] proc_close() failed mailmng-outgoing failed: ERROR:outgoing:mails.domain_id may not be NULL
We have a little issue with the API, when we want to add an subscription, then we became "Error: Permission denied. (1006)" - but the subscription was added. The status Icon of the Subscription is a "!" and they say (tooltip), that the Plan wasn't correctly synchronized, but we don't use a Plan for this. The Reseller has all rights, there are now limits.
Not sure what is going on with Plesk.. I've modified and saved a specific service plan with the session.save_path to have a location by default to be /tmp/ and for some reason it isn't changing all customers accounts with the modified settings of the location to be /tmp/. In order to resolve the issue, I'd have to manually change the "default" option on each websites php settings session.save_path to /tmp/ instead of Plesk syncing the correct settings based on the modification. Because of so, I am receiving the following error below on a customers website below:
Warning: Unknown: open(/var/lib/php/session/sess_f9bffgv0ddrjo9geb6frhut5d7, O_RDWR) failed: Permission denied (13) in Unknown on line 0 Warning: Unknown: Failed to write session data (files). Please verify that the current setting of session.save_path is correct (/var/lib/php/session) in Unknown on line 0
After making changes, I've tried the following in command line:
service php-fpm restart service httpd restart service psa restart
Recently we had to rollback the Plesk database and Plesk version files to their pre-upgrade state, and rerun the upgrade procedure as it is described in the knowledge base [URL] ..... The update process then worked smoothly and we are now using the newest version 12.0.18 on CentOS 6 with the newest microupdates 1200150615.10.
But right after this update procedure we are not able to access some domains with the filemanager anymore. The browser shows the following error message:
Internal error: filemng: opendir failed: Permission denied System error 13: Permission denied Message filemng: opendir failed: Permission denied System error 13: Permission denied File Agent.php Line 243 Type PleskUtilExceptio
The logfile: /usr/local/psa/admin/logs/panel.log is a bit more detailed
What I did so far was the following:
1.) I checked out the knowledge base, specifically this entry was worth looking at. But /usr/local/psa/bin/repair --restore-vhosts-permissions didn't solve the problem. 2.) I found a similar problem in the discussion board but the approaches they took weren't successful in my case.
Due to the fact that the file manager worked before the rollback of the database and the major upgrade, I think there might be a connection.
From my point of view the permission settings should be right. Other domains using exactly the same permissions and they are working fine.
# ll /var/www/vhosts/system/domain.com/ total 20K drwxr-x--- 2 root psaserv 4,0K 24. Jun 02:13 conf drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4,0K 8. Jan 2014 etc drwx------ 2 psaadm root 4,0K 24. Jun 03:43 logs
would do the trick, but no go, nginx isnt passing it to apache by the looks of it. I tried all kinds of possible solutions but cant get it to work. It works with files though. The logfile says directory index of "/var/www/vhosts/testdomain.eu/httpdocs/wp-admin/" is forbidden. This makes sense, since its turned off.
I just got a barebone server. Installed apache2, php5, mysql,phpmyadmin.
I only have SSH access to the server. I wish to use CoreFTP to transfer some webpage files to /var/www folder. I can login the server using CoreFTP's SSH/SFTP and it displays all the files and directories, but I do not have the permission to write.
My question is, how do I give myself permission to write? Here is the id of my user:
I installed Avenger on FreeBSD 6.2 as Anti-Spam and I'm not understand some configuration.
1- Avenger as me to create a user 'avenger' in group 'wheel' for its program, but when starts asmtpd , it runs under user: root and group: wheel . What is the utility to create this user 'avenger' then?
2- When I run a Debug Mod, I obtain a permission denied error
It could be a potential security problem if I left "Other" to read virtusertable.db . So my question is: Is there another way to fix this error without changing permission for Other to read virtusertable.db?
I'm migrating from shared hosting to a VPS. I have transferred my files right over, and permissions are all the same as they were on the old server.
The fopen scripts are giving me an error when trying to write to files.
Code: failed to open stream: Permission denied
The permissions on the file are 644 and it can read from the file just fine. Giving the file world write permissions fixes the problem, but I don't want to do this for obvious reasons.
I think the reason this worked on the shared server had something to do with the apache user being defined differently but I'm honestly not sure. The php file executing the command is owned by the user that owns the document I'm trying to write to (in fact one user owns everything).
how I can fix this without giving world write permissions?
I have problem with exim in my dedicated. All days I have more tham 1000 messages in queue. I delete frozen messages and run exim -v -q and after delete all message. Next day I have more that 1000 message in queue.
I see that some local emails was not delivered. So I saw in exim log errors messages as:
=== Message 1K5SHE-0001LE-LS is not frozen delivering 1K5SHE-0001LE-LS LOG: MAIN == email@example.com R=virtual_user T=virtual_userdelivery defer (13): Permission denied: while opening or reading /home/levarte/mail/xx.org/dadinho/maildirsize ===
But I have not any file called "/home/levarte/mail/xx.org/dadinho/maildirsize"
For one of may domains I'm receiving the following error when someone tries to send mail to it. Also I never receive the mail as it seems to just sit on the server. When the permission were changed on the file, it seemed to have changed back on its on when ever a new address is added. Any solutions?
So far my upgrade to 12 has been very smooth but one items that I can't seem to find an answer on is I do not have any applications (including Wordpress) available to users to install. I want this only set and allowed and installed by me (the Admin). If I log in as a user only I can install WP and don't want my customers doing this without talking to me first.
Am I missing a place to shut this down or uncheck to allow this to be installed?