Plesk 12.x / Linux :: Update Of Chroot Commands After Upgrade
Sep 30, 2014
After update of some system commands, there is now difference between the system-wide command and the equivalent that is located in the chroot template directory (and the command that is in the domain's bin dir).
Is there a command/utility that can update the commands (and all libraries that they depend on), that we have in our chroot template directory /var/www/vhosts/chroot?
I'm getting the following alert in my Plesk 11.5 panel :
1) Failed to update Panel. To solve this problem, you can send the update log to Parallels support. View the update logs (Oct 27, 2014). View the update logs (Oct 28, 2014). Copy the logs to your computer before you close this message. To close this message, click here.
2) Installation or upgrade failed. For more information, log in as root to the server over SSH and view the file /tmp/plesk_11.5.30_installation.log. To remove this notice, remove the file /var/lock/parallels-panel-upgrade-failure.flag from the server. Repair the failed upgrade or installation. ---------------------------- here the final part of the update log: ---- ===> Cumulative APS controller database (apsc) upgrade has been started. ===> Upgrade of APS controller database has been completed. ===> Cumulative Plesk database upgrade (revertable stage) has been started.
I have customers that want the git program to be able to pull/push their github repos. I've copied all of the files in the git rpm into the site's chroot but whenever they try to pull down their repo via ssl they get this message:
error: while accessing https://github.com/USERNAME/PROJECT.git/info/refs
fatal: HTTP request failed
We have gotten ssh to work with git but the ssl issue still isn't working.
(to save place, I've removed the regular stuff that is everywhere and makes not difference for this case ... I think)
The plesk installation went just fine; update ran fine; I can register customers, their websites run fine ... as long as they get no shell at all, or regular shell to the server.
BUT: we need to jail all our customers under chroot. If that is not possible, we can't use Plesk.
I created a Service plan cloned form the Default domain plan and changed only to give the users ssh access to the server with a chroot env.
When I try to register a new client with this new service plan, it fails with lots of error messages (one per directory it tries to make), like this:
chrootmng: cannot set permissions for "/var/www/vhosts/demowh1.blah.blah/lib":Too many levels of symbolic links ... Dropping the GUI and xperimenting in a shell, as root: If I run: root@testthing:/usr/local/psa/admin/sbin# ./chrootmng --create --source=/var/www/vhosts/chroot/ --target=/var/www/vhosts/demowh1.blah.blah open_basedir_with_nofollow: opeat failed: `var', Too many levels of symbolic links
I have a problem with my linux server using plesk 12x, I am using postfix as the email service, all emails are working from the webmail (horde) and from any email client using smtp.However the service is not working from the website (contact form on Wordpress) nor through the ssh commands. I have searched for few days but I still seem to have an issue.
Code: ls -la /etc/alternatives/mta the output is "nothing found".
Code: ls -la /usr/sbin/sendmail output: lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 21 nov 4 2011 /usr/sbin/sendmail -> /etc/alternatives/mta
I've a problem with the chroot directories under /var/www/vhosts/domainxy.com. The options I've configured is "Access to the server over SSH -> Forbidden", After creating a webspace there are no chroot directories. But if I change the system user username under hosting settings, the directories will be created. But I don't want this, because the option I choosed is "Forbidden" and my customers are irritated about this directories. Can I prevent this behabiour?
I have a Plesk host that I am tasked with upgrading. It started with openSUSE 11.4 on Plesk 10.4 and I have upgraded it all the way to openSUSE 12.2 on Plesk 11.09 (fixed minor issues with pop3d and mysql locking on the way). The next upgrade was supposed to be 11.5, but the option to upgrade it never shows up. I have re-instated our support license so I know the license is OK, and also checked that 11.5 supports openSUSE 12.2. The update log doesn't really tell me much either:
Release PLESK_12_1_18 contains no any build for this OS Release PLESK_12_1_17 contains no any build for this OS Release PLESK_12_1_16 contains no any build for this OS Release PLESK_12_1_15 contains no any build for this OS Release PLESK_12_1_14 contains no any build for this OS
While running the plesk auto installer script and upgrading I get the following error.
Components validation detected at least one important issue: Parallels Panel pre-upgrade check... dpkg-query: no packages found matching psa-atmail dpkg-query: no packages found matching psa-horde dpkg-query: no packages found matching libapache2-modsecurity WARNING: IP address registered in Plesk is invalid or broken: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Panel version: 11.5.30 Update #47, last updated at June 19, 2014 07:32 AM
Over the weekend, I upgraded from Plesk 10.3 to Plesk 11.5, using the updater in the control panel. Everything seemed to go well. However, this morning I've noticed that some, not all, email accounts are having trouble logging into the server to send and receive mail. Other accounts are working fine.Via POP, I get this error: -ERR Temporary problem, please try again later
Via SMTP, I get this error: 535 auth failure
I see this in the maillog:
Jun 17 07:15:05 [server] courier-pop3d: LOGIN FAILED, user=[username], ip=[::ffff:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] Jun 17 07:15:05 [server] courier-pop3d: authentication error: Input/output error
And this... Jun 17 07:24:50 [server] smtp_auth: FAILED: [email address] - password incorrect from [host] [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
I replaced the server name, username, host, and IP in the above.
Here are the steps I've tried so far. - Changing the password using the control panel. - Updating the number of daemons in authdaemonrc - Restarting the services
I just upgraded my Plesk on Ubuntu (vServer) yesterday. But after the upgrade I couldn't login to the Panel anymore because all I get when I try to reach the panel (https://panel.examplesite.com:8443) is a white screen.
I rebooted the server and restarted the panel as well as Apache several times with no change.
I have a VPS on Webfusion which auto upgraded last night to Plesk 11.5.30 #45. However, I used to have the domain registrar, 123-reg manage my DNS & now since the upgrade I've lost access to all emails & ftp access but the domains still work ok.
whether I should delete all DNS records at 123-reg & point to my VPS now? The DNS parameters in Plesk appear to be different to 123-reg. I
Following the update from 11 to Plesk 12 (and installing latest Ubuntu fixes), the Plesk panel access is broken. Welcome page says:Can not load key: key is empty.And of course, no way to login the mgt interface. All services appear up, so this is only affecting the panel web service.
Fishing out the panel.log, it appears to be at a lower level than I initially thought (see below): experiencing issues after updating from 11 to 12 on Ubuntu (12)?
[18-May-2015 19:46:34 Europe/Berlin] PHP Warning: file_get_contents(/opt/psa/var/sso.sp.pem): failed to open stream: No such file or directory; File: /opt/psa/admin/externals/xmlseclibs.php, Line: 285 [18-May-2015 19:46:34 Europe/Berlin] Exception: PHP Warning: file_get_contents(/opt/psa/var/sso.sp.pem): failed to open stream: No such file or directory; File: /opt/psa/admin/externals/xmlseclibs.php, Line: 285 file: /opt/psa/admin/plib/Smb/Exception/Syntax.php line: 56
After finishing the upgrade from 11.5 to 12.0.18 I checked the system time which was wrong and no timezone was selected ....
So I switched to my timezone (GMT +3) and corrected the clock from the above settings cause it was 5 minutes behind saved .... since then the time is showing 1 hour later the selected one. like GMT+4.
No matter if I change it manually it returns there.
in order for the server to work correctly i changed the timezone to GMT+2. OK the time is corrected - although wrong cause it should be 1 hour earlier, but anyways Now all incoming email messages still show one hour late as received date. So I tried restarting courier-imap
# service courier-imap restart courier-imap: unrecognized service
After upgrading (i know, i should not do this) from Squeeze to Wheezy i have got a problem with subscriptions.Plesk seems to work, but whein i want do manage a domain/hosting. i just see 502 Bad Gateway nginxClick to expand...
I'm still using Plesk 11.5.30 and MySql 5.5.39. That was discribed here how to update. But i need to have a MySql 5.6.5 (minimum) for some software (This version is over 2 years old). I'm using CentOs 6.5. and PHP 5.4.33
I have upgraded from 11.5 to 12, and now if I try to open Plesk on the port 8443 I have this error:
502 Bad Gateway
This is the log: 2014/06/27 18:25:13 [crit] 1629#0: *2 connect() to unix:/var/run/sw-engine.sock failed (2: No such file or directory) while connecting to upstream, client: 126.96.36.199, server: , request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/sw-engine.sock:", host: "188.8.131.52:8443"
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 ...