Some of our clients have alot of webspaces (resellers that migrated from Expand) and having to order the list of webspaces each time they want to move to another domain is causing them some hassle. Is there a way to set the webspaces to order by name by default?
So per my other message [URL] .... we have four websites which we can't delete from PPA (Services/Websites doesn't have a way to do that) or from Hosting Panel (Webspaces says, "The selected webspaces were scheduled for removal," but they don't delete). In Hosting Panel, three have always shown as Failed and one as Pending.
The DNS zones can be deleted but they reappear if I "Apply DNS Template Changes" presumably because the websites are defined.
We've had someone starting nobody PERL procs on a box and we can't quite track it down or read the file to see what it is. What he does is to create a folder in /tmp, execute the script from there and delete the folder as soon as it's running (yes, /tmp is mounted noexec, makes no difference). We've managed to discover and block the IP that was doing this, but that's no fix. He hasn't been back since banning the IP...so far.
What we would like to do is see if anyone knows of (or can help create) a script that can watch the /tmp folder and copy newly created directories and thier contents to another dir (also notifying via email would be helpful) in order to see what the heck it's doing, and hopefully be able to figure out how it's getting in. Nothing in any logs this time, and the PERL process seems to be able to hide itself from PS. That bit worries me quite a lot, but none of the binaries appear to have been changed, and it doesn't appear we've been rooted in any way. Thoughts on this, ideas and suggestions welcome.
Failing that, is it possible without breaking the box to prevent the creation of new directories in /tmp? This I seriously doubt, but if all they need to do is create a folder and work from there, noexec is a joke.
I am replacing the default certificate in Plesk so that customers do not get a certificate warning when visiting the panel login page.
I've created the certificate in the "SSL Certificates" section made it default and used it to secure Plesk. However I've still got all the existing domains using the old default certificate, how can I do a mass changeover so that all existing domains are now using the new certificate?
I've updated the IP's to use the new certificate. When I go to "SSL Certificates" in "Tools and Settings", it seems that there are some domains now using the new certificate but quite a lot of the other are still not, how can I get these over too?
My System: Ubuntu 12.04 Plesk 12.0.18 Update #18 Only Webserver no mail
What I want: I have an old sha1 certificate and I would change this for the whole server.
What I have done so far: I have already uploaded the new sha256 certificate with a new private key to plesk (I can not simply replace the old one, plesk does not allow me to upload a new private key).
Then I set the new certificate as standard certificate and pressed the "secure pannel" button.
After that the panel uses the new certificate.
Then I set in "Tools & Settings -> IP Addresses" on both IP addresses the new certificate.
But now the "Tools & Settings -> SSL Certificates" shows me that the old certificate is still used 2 times somewhere. But the Interface does not show where it is used. How can I find out where this certificate is used? I want to remove the old certificate from the server.
My default certificate expired recently. I created a new certificate "default certificate 2".
I used this certificate for "Secure the Panel"
I went to "Tools and Settings" -> "IP addresses" and made this certificate the default for all the IPs. On the page "Tools and Settings" -> "SSL certificates", it says Used: 0 next to "default certificate".
But when I try to delete it, it tells me: "Error: Unable to remove certificates: one or several certificates are assigned to the IP addresses/domains."
Is there anywhere I can check where this certificate is still used?
Window server 2012 r2: I installed wordpress on a domain using plesk. Seemed to work correctly. But when I went to the site www.example.com/wp-admin, the native or default wordpress install started up. I could find no way to bypass this, so I just re-entered all the same settings.
The result was that I ended up with 2 sets of database tables, one set named with my chosen prefix wp_blahblah_ and one set prefixed with wp_blahblah_wp_.
Not good, so I deleted the later set. Wordpress seems to be working, despite one error on the tables I can't reproduce.
I am developing new module and installed SSL certificate using following API call.
Request call: <packet> <certificate> <install>
But when i checked this domain by open in browser. the certificate is not installed. After lots of R&D i found that there are option of select SSL in hosting setting screen. The default selected SSL is "default certificate".
I have changed this option to "not selected".
After this changes i have installed certificate again and it is working fine. So is it bug in plesk or it is default behavior Plesk Panel?
I created certificate and it appears to be working but I am always getting a cert error about a mismatched address. I have checked my settings and the certificate and host names match. It doesn't make sense. I have looked online at different forums and support sites but nothing has worked. The only thing I can think to do is to get a new cert. This cert is for an internal site only...
I configured Cloudflare in admin panel, I then logged in using my test customer account, I tried to install CloudFlare application (without license key for free mode) . I got the following error:
Error: Installation of CloudFlare for Parallels Plesk at http://MyLinuxWebsite.cyberhostpro.com/CloudFlare failed. Non-zero exit status returned by script. Output stream: 'PHP Warning: SimpleXMLElement::__construct(): Entity: line 6: parser error : Opening and ending tag mismatch: hr line 5 and body in /usr/local/psa/var/apscache/data-mezJCJ/scripts/configure.php on line 262
We have a Windows server that we are deploying the PHP package onto. In the Packages Repository, there are two PHP packages (188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206-1). When I deploy a package to the new Hardware Node, it only shows me the latest version of the PHP package (220.127.116.11). Is there a way to select the older version of the PHP package that is in the repository (18.104.22.168-1)?
it is possible to run services such as Apache, Mail, MySQL etc on the Management Node.
I have PBAS setup and have registered the PPA server with PBAS, the PPA Management Node is marked as ready to provide, I have added the appropriate attributes to the MN under Service Nodes, however according to PBAS I need to install the ppa_apache package (and probably others), and when I go to install the packages it's trying to install the ppa_agent package which is conflicting with ppa_core.
This is a new test install of PPA 11.5.5 with currently 8 nodes: CP, Apache, IIS, MySQL, Mail, 2 BIND, and Webmail. Installation and adding nodes went pretty much without a hitch so I'm testing account creation, subscription settings, etc. but I'm not getting very far. Anytime I try to add a subscription (any subscription) to an account I get the error: "Owner with external ID = '211' does not exist in Plesk database" The actual ID number varies depending on which account I'm trying to add a subscription to, but otherwise it's always the same error. I've tried the built-in default subscriptions, I've tried creating my own...same results either way.
I've written a script to send property data to rightmove.co.uk as part of their new automated data feed. However they require a secure connection to their systems when posting the data. They have provided me with a .pem file which is a security certificate. I need to install this on my plesk server but where to start as most certificates require a private key and the actual certificate. The private key I have been provided is only an 8 charter string, like a password.
Starting point: a working site using a shared IPv4, dedicated IPv6, and SSL. HTTP and HTTPS work, the latter only using SNI of course.
The good news: If I simply allocate an IP resource of 1 to a subscription it is pulled from the pool, assigned to the service node, assigned to the web site, DNS is updated, and the site is automatically changed to using a Dedicated IPv4 and Dedicated IPv6.
The bad news: visitors land on the default web site of the service node, with the default SSL certificate.
Other info: I can't ping the new IP, even though it shows in "ip a l" and /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:0. [edited]
After the IP assignment, it is still installed, and /etc/httpd/conf/plesk.conf.d/ip_default/domainname.conf shows the new certificate is being used.
However, a second set of VirtualHost entries is created in server.conf for this IP for ports 80 and 443, with NameVirtualHost enabled on the new IP. The port 443 entry uses the default certificate. Apache's setup this default VirtualHost entry will override the web site configuration because Apache is listening on port 443 with the wrong cert.
If I go to "Change webspace settings" and toggle to Shared IPv4, Dedicated IPv6 the site works again via HTTPS, and Dedicated IPv4 and Dedicated IPv6 breaks it again. Setting the SSL cert to None and back again does not work.
Setting the SSL cert to None, changing to a dedicated IP, and enabling SSL results in the server being inexplicably inaccessible...browsers no longer connect to either the default site or the correct site, and I don't see any entries in the vhosts's logs.
I'm in the process of installing PPA on infrastructure running Parallels Cloud Server. Each container has 2 interfaces, one public facing and a private interface for inter-server communication.
No problems installing PPA 11.5 (specifying IP's on commandline) or adding service nodes however, the firewall rules the documentation speaks of are nowhere to be seen? i.e.:
Important: After the installation, PPA creates the special firewall chain PPA-SN-Rules-INPUT used for communication with service nodes. Do not change it, otherwise, you will not be able to add service nodes to PPA.Click to expand...
Has this been dropped from PPA 11.5 ? (I recall seeing the firewall settings in 11.1) There is also no sign of the ppa.firewall tool that is also mentioned.
The only rule I see inserted is for Postgres on the management node, and 2 for pleskd on all of the nodes (open to world!).