8 votesopen discussion · 5 comments · Feature Suggestions » Security · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Mike, that is your decision whether to enable SELinux or not. If you enable it, then Plesk works with SELinux
Thank you for your input. We will take a look at .csv file import in upcoming releases
Until .csv import is available, we would suggest to run bulk operations in CLI or XML API.
51 votesopen discussion · 7 comments · Feature Suggestions » Security · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Plesk supports version 8.9 (stable). You can only use 9.1 at your own risk
15 votesopen discussion · 8 comments · Feature Suggestions » Plesk (general) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
The path suggested by Marten is good workaround except it suggests a dangerous malpractice which will surely make your changes overwritten by Plesk.
As Plesk documentation indicates you should never change templates in default/ folder (will surely be overwritten). Instead, copy those files into custom/ folder and modify them there without any risk of your changes lost
So the corrected path should be
1. Identify this folder
(go /opt/psa/... for Debian/Ubuntu) and copy it into
Make sure you preserve ownership and privileges
2. Locate the file /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/templates/custom/domain/service/seoSafeRedirects.php
and comment out all relevant commands
2a. If you break something, just recover from /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/templates/default/domain/service/seoSafeRedirects.php
2b. Then edit /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/templates/custom/domain/service/seoSafeRedirects.php
Now continue with original Marten's instructions and your changes are safe for all future Plesk upgrades
35 votesopen discussion · 21 comments · Feature Suggestions » Plesk (general) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
free MailEnable in Plesk has supported IMAP for many years. Perhaps from the very beginning.
If you transfer content to new Plesk server with MailEnable, mailboxes should be moved as well.
Thank you for your input! 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.
Thanks for the scenario explained!
36 votesopen discussion · AdminSergey L (Director of Program Management, Plesk International GmbH) responded
Could you explain why total subscription size is not enough? Why you would need a separate limit for mail content and web content?
UPD: reopened after new comments received
But what makes you want "mail space" counted separately from "web space"?
For your example - you can just give customer 10 Gb for their web and mail files and no need to limit or count their mailboxes.
Would you mind to try Nginx caching in Plesk Onyx 17.8 Preview?
This would be very helpful to get your experienced feedback here http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4165754/Plesk-17-8-Preview
2 Rich Milns
Nginx has proxy capabilities, thought it benefits in the other way than Varnish does. Nginx doesn't cache - so DB and PHP are still loaded in terms of CPU. But Nginx helps Apache to end process faster (fast local connection) and thus save on RAM when multiple visitors (especially when visitors on mobile traffic). And Nginx is transparent, so it doesn't require site re-configured.
Not that Nginx fully replaces Varnish, but it handles high load problem from a different perspective
Interesting. Would you mean customer certificate overriding server certificate? Or override only for default (self-signed) server certificate?
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We would like to learn from you how you will use it. i.e. different domains on different IPs for SSL (but did you know about SNI?), or for subdomains? for aliases? Why an alias would need another IP?AdminSergey L (Director of Program Management, Plesk International GmbH) shared this idea ·