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Changing Hosting-Type

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by PeWa79, Jun 8, 2012.

  1. PeWa79

    PeWa79 Guest

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    Hi there,

    i've got a question. I have Plesk 10.4. on an Ubuntu Linux.

    So futher a have a Webspace with an associated Domain on it running on it and wanted to create an Referrer which work as Redirection from "http://domain.tld" => "https://domain.tld" without using a .htaccess-file.

    I've tried to change the Hosting-Type from "Website-Hosting" (1st Point) to "Website-Referrer" (2nd Point) and typed as Referrer-Target "https://domain.tld", but as I submitted this Setting the Pleskpanel showed me an error message like "?...not possible...?and jumped to "No Hosting" (3nd Point).

    The Problem is, that the Webspace was deleted in this moment incl Database.

    Is this feature regular in Plesk? I can't find any warnings in the docu and i'm the opinion that radiobutton-based selections should jump to the point where they have been (1st Point in this case) not to an different one (3nd Point) if something happens.

    greeting for any answers
    Peter
     
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