Add support for net core 3.0 for linux and windows plesk
Net core can run applications on windows and linux with a short configurations . Please add support to both OS
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Please, add support for net core in plesk for linux....
I can't even get a webservices hosted on here with asp.net core 2.0 as they said works. This feature should be default. Don't understand why it has to be considered adding, It should be a requirement to any hosting platform.
#ASP.NET CORE SUPPORT IS MATTER
As a .dot net developer, I have lots of knowledge of Windows, but less so of Linux. The added value of Plesk is making management agnostic of the underlying os.
Joey Padot commented
Dotnet core is very popular. I get a lot of questions about dotnet core on Linux and about as many asking if I could host a dotnetcore app on my Linux servers.
Sure, we can containerize it. But the devs advanced enough to be comfortable with containers aren’t the folks who are buying shared hosting accounts.
#ASP.NET CORE SUPPORT IS MATTER
After 3 years voting for this feature, and now you say: we will not support ASP.NET Core on Linux for political reasons.
This is not fair at all ...
Maybe ASP .NET Core Support is not added to linux hosts for political reasons? Windows hosting is normally much more expensive than linux one.
Hi, can you please add support for linux, or manualy configuration on nginx ;P than eb can run instance(s) of dotnet core application, but we need to server hear unter right port.
Please, many of us are waiting for this feature. Otherwise, we cannot continue to work.
Nicat Manafov commented
Please add support
Kazim Yaver commented
It should now support.
please guys implement this!
Mohammad Husam Khankan commented
You can host ASP Core apps on Linux using docker
It is already available as an extension for Plesk.
Guys, Seems no body from plesk team , see this feature.
don't wast your time, 3 years now and no progress
While you are at it, it should support version 3.1 by now off course.
Over half of Azure VMs are Linux. I can imagine a load of people running Azure will be running asp.net core on them. If it wasn't popular, Microsoft woulnd't have ported everything to Linux - including SQL Server.
when I come to redeploy my server, plesk will be taken off it. I can do without it if its going to be more pain than its worth. Webmin works just as well.
If anyone is wondering, I asked this on their Facebook group, which has a lot of the employees on. I never got a definitive answer, just that dotnet on linux is not popular. So don't hold your breath for support, maybe take your business to cPanel instead if you can
Plesk, please consider:
1. supporting nginx to proxy to a user-defined port/host/socket. This is the first step (and the biggest) as it means I will no longer have to keep my manually-edited nginx ip_defaults.conf file working properly.
Once that's done, the system will work - we can install asp.net core ourselves, but plesk will no longer trash the required configuration.
2. being able to configure a unix socket or http (port 5000) to connect nginx to an asp.net core app that's installed (which is really just copying a bunch of files and running the .exe under systemctl)
3. being able to install asp.net core runtimes (ie rpm or apt-get)
4. installing sqlserver and managing that on Linux too.
So there's 4 steps that are required for the full experience, but each one in turn adds enough by itself to make plesk running asp.net core as easy as running nginx proxied to a docker container. It was pretty simple and I'm happy to provide more details if they need it.
Dennis Rahmen commented
I asked the support about it. Will post it here as soon as they reply.