Posts by kess

    Just a little follow up about this problem.

    The command

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    1. /var/www/imscp/engine/imscp-rqst-mngr -v

    just regenerates the pool.d conf files for the sites that aren't using the default system php version.


    In order to regenerate the default php version site's conf files, I had to switch to another version and then back to the default (for every single site) through Web UI.

    Hello guys,

    since some days I've successfully installed the last version of PhpSwitcher. It works, everything is ok except when:

    - I run apt upgrade

    - I run apt install xxx

    - I run apt remove xxx

    Every time I fire one of the listed actions, in order to have the sites working again I must execute:

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    1. /var/www/imscp/engine/imscp-rqst-mngr -v

    When launching the Request Manager, the configuration files inside the pool.d directories are regenerated and the fpm services restarted.

    Before launching the Request Manager, in every pool.d directory the only present file il www.conf


    The system:

    - Debian 9 x64, i-MSCP 1.5.3-2018120800, Dovecot, php-fpm (7.0 as default), proftpd, MariaDB 10.1

    - Plugins: ClamAV, LetsENcrypt, Mailgraph, Monitorix, OpenDKIM, PhpSwitcher, PostScreen, RoundcubePlugins, ServerDefaultPage, SpamAssassin, WHMCS (all latest versions)


    If you need any further informations, please feel free to ask.

    Thank you,

    bye Kess

    Hello guys,

    since some weeks I receive every night the following mail message:


    Contents of /var/log/imscp/imscp-dsk-quota.log:


    I've checked everything I could check, I also found a possible related issue here: https://github.com/perl5-dbi/DBD-mysql/issues/202 but unfortunately without a solution.

    Am I the one facing this problem ?

    Everything is working perfectly as expected on my system, the only issue I have is with that thing.


    The system:

    - Debian 9 x64, i-MSCP 1.5.3-2018120800, Dovecot, php-fpm (7.0 as default), proftpd, MariaDB 10.1

    - Plugins: ClamAV, LetsENcrypt, Mailgraph, Monitorix, OpenDKIM, PhpSwitcher, PostScreen, RoundcubePlugins, ServerDefaultPage, SpamAssassin, WHMCS (all latest versions)


    If you need any further informations, please feel free to ask.

    Thank you,

    bye Kess.

    What you found in your backup folder if you browse it using FTP, is exactly what you need to restore everything when the backup snapshot was taken.

    Generally, using the restore button you find in your web UI.


    If you need something different, or something you want to firfe up using command line, it's up to you to check what's inside the SQL file.


    To conclude, I think the current behaviuor is correct. If someone needs something different he should know what he is doing...