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MicroUpdates - KB Article then release please

Discussion in 'Plesk 11.x for Linux' started by paulieG, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. paulieG

    paulieG Regular Pleskian

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    Hi,

    Please can you stop releasing Microupdates that don't have a corresponding KB article. I've just tried to get update #10 so I can check how the Nginx - SSL - Certificate Chain problem was fixed (or not), and I've also received MU #11, for which I can find no information on the knowledgebase.

    Also, where reconfigurable files are changed in an MU (for example template files), it would help me greatly if the specific files and a diff to the previous version were included. At the very least notification of a change to a template file is a must as not everyone is using the default template files.

    Paul.
     
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    http://kb.parallels.com/en/114633
     
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    paulieG Regular Pleskian

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    I'm perfectly capable of going to the KB and getting the MU articles when they've arrived, what I take issue with is being expected to install software that does things to my system and I have no idea what its doing. I don't wait for Parallels to fix issues, I make changes myself to address these issues and I need to know if my changes conflict with theirs.

    This is something made much harder if I don't get adequate information about what is being installed on the system.

    Part (or most) of the problem is that I'm not aware of any way to select only x,y and z MU and install those.

    Paul.
     
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