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I believe the "60-day hold" rules you are thinking about refers to ICANN's policy on transferring domain names between registrars. Not to changing your DNS settings which would allow you to move your website to another host. Policy on Transfer of Registrations between Registrars So, unless you have some sort of minimum service-length contract with the web ...


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As we have discussed in chat. Your primary problem is that you're running out of space on the volume that is mounted as your root. Most of your available space is dedicated to another volume, which is mounted as /var. With such a configuration is it usually assumed that large amounts of data are placed under the /var mount point and that the root volume ...


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I was having this issue, and I managed to solve it like this: I use qmail, so I looked up on the log file: tail -f /usr/local/psa/var/log/maillog And I found lots of messages like these: Apr 11 17:43:26 vpsXXXXX courier-imapd: Maximum connection limit reached for ::ffff:IPADDRESS So I went to the config file: nano /etc/courier-imap/imapd and edited ...


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Assuming you want to get "mydomain" whether you are given any of: "mydomain.com", "www.mydomain.com", "mail.secure.mydomain.com", ... get_domain_name() { local IFS=. set -- $1 local n=$(($# - 1)) echo ${!n} } get_domain foo.bar.baz.qux baz The proper way to check the results of your sendmail function is with a lot less syntax: if ...


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I am not really sure what is "accept zone files exported from the Windows server". I would guess you've setup so-called slave DNS zone on your existing name servers. If so, now you would need to go "Tools & Settings > DNS Template > Transfer Restrictions Template" and allow Zone Transfer to those servers. If everything done right, your existing name ...


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If no customizations applied, access_log should be exactly in /var/www/vhosts/<hostname_masked>.com/statistics/logs I would try to check the following You really have visitors to the site Check that you have this line in /var/www/vhosts/<hostname_masked>.com/last_httpd.include: ErrorLog "/var/www/vhosts/domain.com/statistics/logs/error_log" ...


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The services you mention have two components: DNS server that redirects only some domains to a tunnel/proxy. Tunnel/Proxy server that makes your traffic look like it is coming from it. The 'secret sauce' is generally how a transparent proxy server is setup for #2 and selecting which hosts to redirect in #1 so only the needed traffic goes through the ...


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Try: echo ". /etc/skel/.bashrc" >> ~/.bashrc This will trigger to source the file everytime a new (non-login) shell is spawned.


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Could the same thing that causes this warning be causing parallels to crash? No; this merely indicates Apache is concerned about your Plesk panel SSL cert, generated by Parallels, having a value in the CommonName field which doesn't match the domain name on which you're serving Plesk. This is common to Plesk installs and doesn't cause a problem. The ...


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You shouldn't try to upgrade packages provided by Plesk with other packages. They will either conflict with each other or your package management won't allow you to install them at all because of package conflicts. Additionally, Plesk packages are usually heavily patched according to Plesk's needs, so even if you should manage to install another nginx, ...



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