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is there any chance to give Oracle Linux to became official supported?
Since the bad news about CentOS 8 EoL on 31.December 2021.
The best option now is Oracle Linux (100% binary compatible OS)
Best Regards22 votes
By the end of 2022 the market share of Oracle Linux was only half of the next up competitor Alma and less than 1/10 of RHEL, Rocky and Alma combined. For that reason, we'd love to hear from you why you believe that Oracle Linux will be the next big player despite the low market share.
For example do you see specific technical reasons why Oracle Linux should be preferred over development for the much more popular platforms? E.g. ARM support and do you actually need it? Are there other aspects that can give good reasons to consider this OS over others?
Please let us know in the comments.
It would be very conenient to be able to manage the subscriptions' scheduled tasks via CLI.6 votes
cronjobs can easily be managed by Linux commands already. They may not be sourced from Plesk, but all tools already exist on the operating system. As cronjobs are read by Plesk from disk, manipulating the corresponding files on disk will set everything you wish. Individual cron files are stored in /var/spool/cron and can be text-edited. You can add files, edit files, append files and delete files using Linux commands. You can also stream-edit files (e.g. insert a commend tag before a line with sed) and also create Linux control while-loops to apply changes to filtered files. Cron can also be controlled directly (https://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man1/crontab.1.html).
Please let us know in details what you are missing or please provide an example how you would like Plesk to work with cron instead.
Please implement an option in Plesk to hide the DNSSEC menu for customers.
Currently, it's only possible to hide the DNS management menu completely. It will be useful if there's an option to hide the DNSSEC button only, while the other DNS settings could still be managed by the customer.3 votes
Thank you for your idea. Could you please describe what exactly would be useful about hiding the DNSSEC option? What is the business case where this is needed and how does it improve the user<->system interaction?
The authorization available for creating users is the "Create and manage sites" authorization
"1-Create and manage the main site",
"2-Create and manage Subsites"
"3-Delete the sites"
there are 3 authorization divisions.
i would like to allocate critical tasks to our plesk panel users.1 vote
Users an already create, edit, delete sites according to their specific role. Have you seen the role management in the "Users" menu of the subscription? Please describe in more detail what exactly you need to add to the feature that already exists and please provide a business case why this can make Plesk a better product.
Hi, showing the numbers of files and folders in each directory is useful.1 vote
Thank you for your idea. Could you please describe the business case where this is needed? Do you need the number of files in one directory or the accumulated number of files including recursive counting through subdirectories? What will the results be used for?
It would be helpful if mail service of Plesk could be provided for wildcard subdomains. Especially in situations involving catch all mail forwarding.1 vote
Thank you for your idea. Wildcard subdomains for email is an extremely rarely seen scenario. Could you please describe in detail what this is needed for and why you believe that it is something many users will need?
Bringing an option to open or close encrypted directories in the password-protected directories section.
Bringing an option to open or close encrypted directories in the domain name directory encryption section. This way, you won't have to delete the password to open the directory.1 vote
It yet needs to be explained what opening or closing of encrypted (probably password-protected?) directories should do. If they ought not be password-protected, why not simply remove password-protection?
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