If you find that Horde (with Plesk) keeps refreshing when you attempt to log in, and there are no errors logged on the screen or in Apache’s logs, check the session.
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When you need to find information about anything in Plesk, here’s some SQL statements that you can use:
To add a chrooted FTP user outside of Plesk properly, you need to:
If you find yourself in the situation where you need to bulk add SPF records to every domain in Plesk, you can use this huge one-liner:
If you get this error, you’ve most likely done a file-based MySQL backup restore, and the InnoDB files are hosed.
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If Plesk throws an error that it can’t upgrade your license key because of languages, you need to remove the extra locales:
Before you upgrade Plesk, it’s always a good idea to make a backup and also make your ip and shell maps:
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I’ve heard a lot of people are interested in something like this, so I decided to create it.
To disable reverse lookups in qmail with Plesk, simply add -Rt0 to the server_args line in /etc/xinetd.
Often times, the wonderful webmail application known as Horde will spin out of control and cause unnecessary resource usage and often cause defunct Apache processes to appear.
The AWStats package in RHEL4/Centos4 and Plesk 8.
If your server is sending out spam because of some bad scripts, hunt that stuff down:
To stop those evil double bounce e-mails in Plesk, just do:
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If you need to change to a different primary IP in Plesk, here’s the easiest way:
To disable SSLv2 server-wide on a Plesk server, add this in your /etc/httpd/conf.
You can edit /etc/drweb/drweb_qmail.
A really really strange issue randomly appears with ProFTPD and Plesk occasionally.
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There’s lots of situations where you’d want to use a bulk IP change in Plesk:
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Moving domains from client to client in Plesk is pretty quick from the command line.
If odd bounced e-mails are coming back to the server or the server is listed in a blacklist, some accounts may be compromised on the server.
If you need to enable SSL in ProFTPD, try this out:
Need to redirect all users except for yourself to another site until yours is live?
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If you think an e-mail account has been hacked in Plesk, use this to hunt down which one it could be:
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Need a handy way to list all the email accounts and their passwords?
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If Plesk ever appears to be out of sync with the configuration files, or if there’s a Plesk issue that’s occurring that makes no sense at all, just stand back and wave the Plesk magic wand:
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If you’re migrating a domain, sometimes their mail will go to the old server for a while after you’ve changed the DNS.
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Need a username and password from the Plesk DB?