I'm running Plesk 9.2.2 & using the supplied AWStats install. Where will I find the configuration that dictates when AWStats will be updated? It's currently updating at 3.36am daily, & I'd like to set it to hourly. Can't find anything in the root or psaadm crontabs & not sure where else to look.
My Plesk Panel fails to find updates for some reason. It keeps thinking that 11.5.30 Update #31 is the latest version, although the changelog (URL..) clearly shows 11.5.30 Update #40 is available.I tried to manually run the updater from command line:
Code: C:ParallelsPleskadminin>ai.exe --select-product-id panel --select-release-current --reinstall-patch --install-component base No success.
I tried to switch to the Early adopter releases No success. How can if fix Plesk Panel to update to the latest versions again?
My setup: OS: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 Panel version: 11.5.30 Update #31 , last updated at April 10, 2014 02:32 AM
I do have a managed VPS at SolarVPS, it's set up with CentOS 4.2 p6, Plesk 8.1 and AwStats 6.6 and Webalizer.
Webalizer and AwStats are working, but there's a problem with accessing the monthly archives. When looking at AwStats or Webalizer I can only access the current month, NO previous months, NO archives, which makes statistics pretty useless.
I've already asked support at SolarVPS, but they said it's 3rd party software and they don't support it
I guess I'm not the only one having problems to access the web stats. Does anybody know how to fix this problem?
how to enable AWStats for the domains on my server. In our old Panel (v9.5), I could go Domains > DOMAIN.TLD > Web Hosting Settings, and on that page there was an option to choose between Webalizer/AWStats/None. In version 11.5, I don't see that option.
When I look on the actual Windows server, I do see an AWStats directory along with a Webalizer directory in "C:Program Files (x86)ParallelsPleskAdditional", so I think it's installed...? AWStats comes along as part of the Plesk Panel license, right?
I can see the Webalizer stats when I browse to [URL] ...., but I'd much rather see AWStats.
Using Plesk 12 on a VPS with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. In the Web Server Settings, if I select "Process PHP by nginx", then the URL "<domain>/plesk-stat/webstat/" is answered by Nginx with "404 Not Found". Having sniffed around, it seems:
/var/www/vhosts/system/VHOST/statistics/webstat is getting statistics gathered.I can't say if they are complete, or even sensible, but things are happening there.The various Alias and other statements required for access to AWStats via Apache are contained in the Apache config file /var/www /vhosts/system/VHOST/conf/last_httpd.conf..But no equivalent statements are generated in /var/www/vhosts/system/VHOST/conf/last_nginx.conf.
I accidently added a new domain to another domains webspace instead of a separate one. I removed the domain and readded it correctly.Ever since then the nightly web_statistics_executor.exe gives me the error
The system cannot find the path specified. (Error code 3) at Open file 'D:Inetpubvhostsdomain.co.uk. pleskstatisticsdomain2.co. ukwebstatCopy AWStats.lock'....
I have an issue with Plesk and Awstats not building the html pages for website statistics. Problem is server-wide i.e. it effects all domains.
I've tried to manually run the /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/statistics with every possible options but all that happens is that awstats calculates new stats to the vhosts /var/www/vhosts/system/domain.tld/statistics/webstat/awstatsMMYYYY.domain.tld-http.txt file.
Nothing is put into the /var/www/vhosts/system/domain.tld/statistics/webstat/YYYY-MM folder which should contain the static html pages.
Code: # ll /var/www/vhosts/system/<domain.tld>/statistics/webstat total 80 drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 4096 Nov 5 10:58 ./ dr-xr-x--- 6 root psaserv 4096 Oct 23 12:36 ../ drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Oct 23 13:12 2014-10/
I was able to create the static pages by running Awstats directly:
So things I have already checked: - Awstat paths in /etc/psa/psa.conf are correct - Domain configs are ok as awstat can create the stats data and awstats_buildstaticpages.pl can can create the pages just fine - File permissions are ok
I just cannot figure what the problem is. /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/statistics doesn't give any errors but on the other hand it doesn't have a debug option either which might be useful.
I followed the following KB to allow country to be identified via GeoIP in AWStats: [URL] .... It works well on one of my domain, but I had to disable first the stats through PLESK Admin, then to reactivate it, so it would regenerate the conf file in /usr/local/psa/etc/awstats/* for a particulair domain. I then followed this KB to re-calculate all stats with country identification: [URL] .... It works as well.
But now: How can I regenerate all the conf file in /usr/local/psa/etc/awstats/* ? Is there any magic command?
I had an hosting account with a copany, recently I migrated to VPS managed by plesk 11.5..I was able to get the awstats database file from the old host, and i have copied them in the /var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/statistics/webstats/ folder, together with the other database files genereted by the new VPS hosting
Only problem is that plesk only rebuilds everyday the static page for the current month, and I see no way to ask him to build the pages for this past months. Also would be good if he would rebuild the header to have updated the dropdown menu from which to choose the month to dispay..Is it possible to rebuild manually these static pages?
has anyone successfully updated from bind9.2.x to BIND 9.5.0-P1? Were there any problems regarding settings, zone files, etc etc? Can you explain the process in detail for the update? One of my customers wishing to have this done, is running CentOS, I assume yum would be the best course of actions?
Lately we have been receiving a lot of complaints from our users who do not wish to update their scripts. I have been telling those users that they have to keep their scripts up to date if they want to avoid having that script exploited or used to send spam or other malicious intentions. The ramifications of a single user on a server not keeping their script up to date affects all of the users on the server.
I am just wondering how other hosting providers handle this. When a client threatens to leave because you don't allow them to run an outdated script, what actions do you take to try and keep the client?
I have a Windows VPS account with a well-known hosting company. According to their knowledgebase, they "apply Microsoft security updates directly from the hardware node. For this reason, they are not able to be applied from within your VPS."
I discovered this after attempting to apply a Service Pack on my VPS, which messed up my VPS. Now that I've learned this the hard way, here's my question: Is this true with other Windows VPS hosting companies too?
While I understand that I'm responsible for what I update on my VPS, I'm frustrated that the hosting company doesn't take more steps to prevent this from happening...
I've been trying to get any reviews on ahosting.biz services here on the forum, but the last thread where the poster was complaining about the limits of emails sent from their reseller accounts failed to find anything. Any updates?
I have been with primaryvps since May and in last two months I was very busy... and then came back from vacation, it was working fine for a few days... indeed, I could access my server as late as last night. But then my server is down today, with empty page at primaryvps.com and there's nothing else.
So I got nervous and came here to check... and I realized that a lot of people had troubles with them, perhaps more than I did, but then are they really going out of business? As a customer I received no warning of any kind, though.
Any certain info on their current status would be appreciated. I wrote them (support and victor's email) but didn't get responses... In the past they replied very fast, so there's something strange going on for sure...
Basically I do all my updating now. I have a VPS with...*GASP*...godaddy and their policy is you do all the updating to your server yourself. They will not help you in any way unless you pay their "extra special services team" 80 bucks an hour.
Now, I'm not that much of a server genius, I can find my way around and do certain updates. I'm just tired of doing it and also have a huge fear that I'll screw something up.
Is there a company that will do a full switchover from godaddy to their service, does all the updates and installs programs for a small fee for you? I also need one that is comparable in price. I'm paying 52 bucks a month now.