Plesk in a FreeBSD Jail: My Experiences
Marc G. Fournier
info at plot.uz
Thu Dec 6 21:27:58 PST 2007
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First, thanks to all those that have provided some useful pointers on this ...
I was finally able to get a working install in place using 8.2.1 ...
The main issue I found was that one of the components in the install seems to
be calling in Apache 2.2, while Plesk uses Apache 2.0 ... so, somehow its able
to get *both* installed at the same time, but when the installer goes to
install the 'swsoft/psa' port, it fails because of a conflict ...
So, what I ended up doing is reducing the components to install to the 'bare
minimal', and then manually added components from /usr/ports/swsoft afterwards
Everything started up fine ... and *appears* to work ...
The one problem that I've not been able to figure out how to surmount is when
you actually try and add a domain ... even if the client is set to have no
limits on their resources (ie. disk space), adding a domain tries to set (or
just check, not 100% certain there) the hardquota on the directory, which, in a
jail, of course fails ...
With the error being:
Create ShortcutCreate Shortcut
Up LevelUp Level
Unable to get hardquota state: usermng failed: usermng: No entry found for path
/usr/local/www/vhosts in mounted
System error 25: Inappropriate ioctl for device
PHostingForm->assign(object of type PHostingManager, boolean true,
boolean true, boolean true, boolean true, boolean true, boolean false)
Has anyone else tried this in a jail and notice this and/or found a word
around? The .php file itself looks to be compiled php, so no way to just
comment out code :(
Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org)
Email . scrappy at hub.org MSN . scrappy at hub.org
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