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Testing Plesk Reloaded 7.5.4 Beta

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by EtoCaNNa, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. EtoCaNNa

    EtoCaNNa Guest

    Hello is my first post, I greet you to all.

    we are testing version 7.5.4 Beta of plesk in Fedora Core 3 and have seen important changes with the last version.

    we have seen that sites believes them in /var/www, and not in /home.

    Why? This new politic is definitive?
    is really stable this version Beta?
    We can install this configuration in 10 servers without problems in the future changes?

  2. EtoCaNNa

    EtoCaNNa Guest

    I found one problem with named.

    In /var/log/messages I found that Named can´t write named.pid, It says named had no permission to write.

    I solve it changing ROOTDIR var in /etc/sysconfig/named with /var/named/run-root to /var/named/chroot

    ¿It's good idea to change this directory? With the change, named is up.

  3. Cranky

    Cranky Guest

  4. EtoCaNNa

    EtoCaNNa Guest

    Thanks, you know whichever days took in removing the stable version?
  5. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    Even if there were such a thing as a 'stable' beta, why in the world would you want to run any beta software on a live production server? That is just asking for trouble!

    As to when a 'stable' non-beta version is released, you just have to have patience.
  6. sieb@

    sieb@ Guest

    /var/www/ is usually the default path for the Apache root dir. FreeBSD keeps everything under /usr including the web root.
  7. Spyder

    Spyder Regular Pleskian

    Jan 13, 2003
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    Yup ...

    Plesk -> /usr/local/psa

    sitebuilder -> /usr/local/sitebuilder.

    something_user_instaled -> /user/local/something_user_instaled

    Life is easy wiht the things in same place since 1500 :)