Today i setup a test environment. I have all fresh OS installs today. Management node is Centos 6.5 with PPA 11.5 update 2
I go to servers > add > choose IIS role. The Server is Windows 2012 R2, I have disabled Windows Firewall and disabled UAC, and rebooted it before trying to setup on PPA.
Enter IP and i get the following error.
Automated WinRM Enabling Failed
Error during WinRM enabling on '192.168.1.101'. Script exit code is 1. Script output (stdout/stderr): ERROR: Cannot open control pipe - NT_STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER
Failed to install winexesvc
To make automated deployment possible please try to check network communications between Management and target nodes. Ensure that WMI is not blocked on a target node. Or copy, paste and invoke the following script on a target node.
A client is trying to add a domain that was accidentally deleted when he deleted an account, but now when adding the domain again it is not adding it. The task in CP fails. If I manually try delete the domain I get this error:
[root@ns1 bin]# ./domain --remove domain.com An error occurred during domain removal: Unable to remove domains: Package with UID '8972ffa7-50fb-4dbc-8639-bf08caee425d' not found.
In mysql I see the domain is still in the db so something did not go right when the client deleted the hosting package, and now it is in limbo as the domain cannot be re-added.
I'm attempting to run PPA on Azure but I only have one IP to work with, the public IP address. It's not possible to communicate between servers using the internal IP addresses as they are not necessarily on the same sub net. How can I get PPA and service nodes running on a single IP address per machine?
An example of the error I get when setting up a service node is
Failed to execute command 'cscript /Nologo http_download.js http://<private ip address>/tarballs/Win32Bin/support.cab'. Check logs in 'c:POA_Deploy' at host '<public ip address>' for more details about the reasons of failure.
So, here is my setup: a newly installed Windows Server 2012. The only software installed on it beyond the operating system is Apache 2.4.7 and PHP 2.4. The computer is in a LAN behind a router. The router tunnels port 80 to port 80 in this computer.
After I set up my website, everything was working perfectly: I could see the web pages from outside my LAN, PHP was executing, accesses were logged.
Then after a couple days, I could not open the pages from outside the LAN. From within the LAN, I could open them sometimes and sometimes they wouldn't.
From within the server itself, I can open all pages.
If I telnet to port 80 either from within the LAN or from outside, a few times the port would answer but wouldn't serve the GET request, while other times it just does not reply.
Netstat shows port 80 binded to httpd.exe.
If I make the router tunnel port 80 to another computer in the LAN, I can serve pages from this other computer, so it doesn't seem like the router is the problem.
The server does not answer to vpn connect attempts either. It does open connections to Remote Desktop, however, even from outside the LAN (both ports tunnelled by the router).
I have tried all this both with Windows Firewall activated and not activated. I have also checked the rules, and the only rule that mentions port 80 is the one for Apache, and is set to allow all.
No error messages are reported in Apache logs.
Restarting the server did not seem to make a difference.
How can i migrate best multiple confixx server to a PPA environment?
I have read migration confixx to ppa is not directly supported, is that right? Can i first migrate all confixx server to one plesk server and migrate in a next step all to ppa or should i migrate step by step each confixx server to a plesk server and after this migrate to ppa?
Who can handle plesk/PPA the multipe username? (server1 with user: web1 | server2 with user: web1) ?
Due to data center limitations, I am restricted to 100GB on my primary disk but can have up to 2TB on a second disk.Is it possible to have the backup node use the second disk instead of the primary disk?Also is it possible to have multiple to have multiple backup nodes?
In PPA is there a way to restrict what applications from the application catalog can be used for each server? Right now I have a hosting node that can install anything from the application catalog, but I can't find anywhere in PPA to specify what is available and what isn't. If I go to APS Applications and My Apps, Add App, and select "Select an app from Application Catalog", firstly no matter which browser I use, the OK/Cancel buttons disappear. I have to open the frame in its own tab to be able to use this properly. But even if I select an app and choose not to make it available, it can still be added from the customer's hosting panel. In Plesk 11 I can choose which applications are available to the customers. I can't find how to do the same thing in PPA.
I've added a new Apache/MySQL node to our PPA cluster and we'd like to be able to host a single subscription on that node for the Apache webhosting and MySQL databases for that subscription while allowing that subscription to utilized the rest of the shared resources in the cluster, such as mail, DNS, etc. I'm looking for the best way to go about doing that.
I guess one simple way would be to set the new server to 'ready to provide' and set the rest to not ready, add the "linux shared hosting" hosting subscription to the customer account, then switch the new server to not ready and the rest back to ready. That works fine I suppose in a small cluster, but there has to be a better way. Is there a way to craft a service template that restricts subscribers to a particular node for Apache + MySQL and leaves them to rest of the "regular" nodes in the cluster for other services?
It has been bought to my attention during our upgrade planning, that PPA & Plesk Panel do not offer the functionality for setting up a backup MX servers. In our current configuration we use Sendmail as both secondary and tertiary MX servers. These are manually configured and prone to configuration mistakes.
Multiple scenarios need to be taken into consideration.
Scenario 1: Hosters Plesk hosted primary mail server + secondary & tertiary mail servers. Scenario 2: Client hosted primary mail server + hosters secondary & tertiary mail servers.
I am looking for alternate ways for backup / secondary MX servers for our planned PPA / Plesk deployment. An automated solution would be ideal, but we are falling short trying to find a solution to streamline the process and remove margin for error.