I have successfully installed PHP onto my MS Server 2000 platform, and can execute the files without problem.
html files no longer work, but I think this is to be expected? Renaming them .php allows them to work.
However, I am struggling to set a default page - I have gone to 'document' in the IIS settings, and removed all other default pages, and added index.php. This has not worked. I can access xxx.myserver.com/index.php, but it does not show when accessing xxx.myserver.com
The minimum requirements that I am seeking for is that it must be a Windows 2000 or Windows XP machine with at least 1024 MB of DDR PC3200 RAM and at least a single-core 2 GHz CPU whether it be AMD or Intel (something suitable for a gameserver and webserver combo), 40GB SATA/RAID Harddrive, and a Full Duplex 100 Mbit port with plenty of bandwidth to run a 32-Player 66tic CSS Server.
The price range that I seek is between $60 to $120 per month.
I have a windows 2000 server and I would like to configure two domain names, c.com and bnvsaj.c.com and requests to these domains should be forwarded to 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.0.2. How can I configure like this?
I have a Windows 2000 Advanced Server where there's a performance issue with some of the .asp pages that retrieve data from Access databases, (I know Access databases aren't ideal for data). These pages will just get stuck/freeze, and then either suddenly spring back to life, or give a script timeout error 0113.
The largest Access database I've seen is 136MB (is that way too large?)
I will probably move some of the large Access databases onto a different server but before I do:
- Are there any tools you can recommend to diagnose exactly what files / databases are causing the problem. I don't think the Win 2000 performance monitor tools even work.
- Can anyone explain more about the technicalities behind this issue. I expect it has something to do with processes, threads, memory, Access drivers being loaded into memory etc etc. Can anyone tell me what they know to put me in the picture better?
I have a Windows 2000 server running Raid 1 software raid. Recently, one hard disk in the mirror crash, I replace another trying to build the mirror. Problem is the existing hard disk has a few bad blocks, even after chkdsk it still failed to rebuild the software raid, error msg was due to bad blocks in the existing hard disk.
I keep having problems updating this patch on one of my servers, all the rest are ok. Anyone experienced the same issue? How do you overcome it
A security issue has been identified that could allow an attacker to compromise your Windows-based system running the Microsoft .NET Framework and gain complete control over it. You can help protect your computer by installing this update from Microsoft. After you install this item, you may have to restart your computer.
More information for this update can be found at [url]LinkId=91233
I read WHT quite a bit and I'd rather not weigh in on any provider issues with a 1 post count, so I'll ask a generic question of my own.
Is there any particular reason that Windows Updates seem to periodically cause network inaccessibility? Particularly with our PD-SMI+ boards I notice patch days bring at least 10 boxes down. No known solution other than to leave settings identical, disable, then enable the network adapters.
I recently got a Windows VPS from 1and1 internet. I tried to run Windows update and Baseline Analyzer (SOP for me)..but neither would work. I learned that it seems to be Sw-Soft that have taken it upon themselves to test and push Windows updates to the hosts. Is this just for the big boys like 1and1? Or is this something Sw-soft does for all hosts?
Just wondering..say what you want about 1and1..I must say my experiences have improved over the last few weeks..and it does seem like they are really trying harder.
I have a Plesk Panel v11.5.30 installed into a Windows Server 2012. Whenever the panel is updated, the filesystem permissions are modified. Group psacln cannot access to several folders like C:Program files, C:Program files (x86), etc. Plesk users connected via Remote Desktop cannot run programs like Internet Explorer or so. Some web apps use Crystal Reports to build reports, and this doesn't work either.
Why does the upgrade process restrict access to these folders? It is possible to modify default permissions applied after panel upgrades?
Updates ran over the weekend and I can no longer login to the Plesk Panel. I'm getting the following PHP error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_gpc() in D:Plesadminhtdocsindex.php on line 3Click to expand...
Details: ERROR: error during prepare patch panel-12.0.18~patch51...Failed to download the package URL.... The requested URL returned error: 500 Internal Server ErrorNot all packages were installed.Please try installing packages again later. I did verify with a web browser that I can access and download the WMIMSDNSProvider.dll file specified in the update. Is this just due to a timeout and the system retries the update? If so, how can I confirm that patch 51 got applied at some point.
"Failed to read product information from the file: Can not process products.inf3: Failed to download the package http://autoinstall-win.pp.parallels.com/products.inf3: Could not resolve host: autoinstall-win. pp.parallels.com, no data record of requested type Can not process versions.inf3: Failed to download the package http://autoinstall-win.pp.parallels.com/versions.inf3: Could not resolve host: autoinstall win.pp.parallels.com, no data record of requested type "
In Plesk Control Panel accessing Updates and Upgrades have a error that shows Failed to read product information from the file :
Can't process products.inf3: Failed to download the package http://autoinstall-win.pp.parallels.com/products.inf3: Empty reply from server Can't process versions.inf3: Failed to download the package http://autoinstall-win.pp.parallels.com/versions.inf3: Empty reply from server
I use Windows Plesk v 11.5.30 with Mailenable Standard Edition 7.0 version. In mailenable site i saw a new version of Mailenable standard version (7.5.1). URL...Can i download and update Mailenable version of my Windows PLesk? If i made this change and have problem can i do downgrande later?
Plesk Support Web Form refuses to accept our License Keys as valid so I have no other way of contacting support.Recently MU#60 came out to patch a security hole in Plesk Panel. We need this applied but cannot find a way to force the plesk installations to install the update.
We run two, One on 10.4 and one on 9.5 (Yes I also realise these are old/end of life/not supported). They report they are running MU#58 and that they are up to date. They are set to auto update. Is it that MU#60 isn't compatible with them so it simply wont update to it? Or am I missing something? There seems to be no mechanic available in either panel to issue a manual or forced update to the new MU.I can provide my license keys if needed to validate this, they are active and in use and most definitely valid.