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 (22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199-1). When I deploy a package to the new Hardware Node, it only shows me the latest version of the PHP package (188.8.131.52). Is there a way to select the older version of the PHP package that is in the repository (184.108.40.206-1)?
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'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!).
I have recently deployed PPA with on nodes with hostnames on the serverroom.net.au domain, so management.serverroom.net.au, mail.serverroom.net.au etc. The DNS is currently hosted on a plesk server which will soon be migrated to PPA.
When I add the serverroom.net.au domain to PPA, I it fails at the sync task with an error saying that there are no A or AAA records for ns1.serverroom.net.au, even when these records exist in the external DNS. The same error occurs when I try to add the domain as a dns entry and switch to internal...
i have installed a Win2008R2 server with IIS and Coldfusion. I want to allow customer to set DSN, i know that older "Plesk Panel" versions that can do but i missing this now in PPA in the customer view. In the subscription is OBDC and Coldfusion connections allowed and unlimited. Must i do anything to activate this ?
We operate many Plesk VPS servers in a virtual environment for our customers and would really like the ability to allow Plesk VPS servers to switch to using our PPA DNS servers instead of having to have multiple ips on each VPS to run their own name servers. Not to mention the added nuisance of each customer having to register name servers and glue records.
We looked at adding the Plesk servers as nodes to our PPA cluster but the license jump and loss of Nginx is completely prohibitive. Is this possible?
We currently have Plesk Expand 2.3.2 with 3 Linux servers, 1 Windows server, a SmarterMail server and 2 DNS servers that we are looking to migrate to PPA 11.5. I have the PPA working okay and am trying to test out a migration on just one domain from one of the Linux servers. When I run the preliminary check I keep getting this error:
Error: Mail content transfer from Qmail/Postfix to SmarterMail mail service is not supported.
Assign this subscription to a service template which offers Postfix mail service. We aren't using Qmail or Postfix for user mailboxes in the Expand or PPA systems, only the SmarterMail. I've tried the work around listed here: [URL] .... but that didn't work.
Am I still going to have to assign Postfix to my Service Templates in PPA even if we're not planning on using it for mailboxes?
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?
I just noticed that in our first zone, every record has a TTL of 900. All three nameservers in our system are handing out the same incorrect TTLs (easily visible via AXFR, and expected since two are slaves). Operations > Customers > Customer > Domains > domain shows every record in this zone has a TTL of 42300. The DNS resource's Activation Parameters and zone's SOA are set as follows:
Refresh 43200 Retry 600 Expire 2419200 Min TTL 900 Default TTL 43200 (for the resource; not editable for the zone)
PPA seems to be silently using the Min TTL to override the zone records that it shows with the desired TTL on screen. Changing the Min TTL in the SOA for a zone changes the TTL of all records.
This zone has both template-generated and manual records.
We are having an issue with websites randomly getting disabled within our PPA system. There doesn't seem to be any reason why they are getting disabled. Our PPA is not tied to a billing system that would make them shut off. Turning them back on works fine but it shouldn't be just shutting them off.
The migration tool allows only migration from other Parallels environments. What is the best way to migrate from an IIS environment. I'm assuming the API can be used to simply create webspace subscriptions and set the resource limits, right?
Does HTTPS on a Windows site require SNI like it apparently does on Linux nodes? If it does, I've been avoiding moving a site to an existing server that only has one IP, so I may as well move it there instead of setting up a Windows node in PPA.