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  1. 29 votes

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  2. 11 votes

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    Thank you for your idea. At this time, the Node.js drop-in replacement "bun" is in a development stage. There is still lots of work to do and bun does not yet have any significant market share. There are also no signs that a broader community is using this instead of Node.js. 

    Maybe this will change in the future. We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it will be popular.

    Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.

    -- PD

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  3. 2 votes

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  4. 4 votes

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  5. 5 votes

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  6. 1 vote

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  7. 8 votes

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    Effective DDoS solutions must be installed before the server, not on the server. Because once an attack is able to reach the server, it will block all network bandwith and create a high cpu load so that the server becomes unavailable for other tasks. No on-server DDoS protection can perform good enough to keep a server safe from that. Plesk already has on-server protection, such as Fail2Ban and the built-in firewall capabilities. Nevertheless, we'd love to hear what you are missing as an on-server protection.

    The request asks for and "advanced anti-ddos monitoring tool with a useful interface, alerts, and the right amount of settings".

    Could you please be specific about these points. 

    - What exactly makes an "advanced" tool for you?

    - How do you imagine a "useful" interface?

    - What "alerts" would you like to get?

    - What are the "right amount of settings" for you?

    Please let…

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  8. 2 votes

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    open discussion  ·  IgorG responded

    Thank you for your input. We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it is popular. Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.

    IG

  9. 68 votes

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    Drush + Drupal Console + Composer are required by Drupal.

    Under Centos its currently impossible to install the Drush Version 9 due to outdated PHP OS version.

  10. 833 votes

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