Some of the information in this article is advanced material we make available as a courtesy. Please be advised that you are responsible for properly following the procedures below. Customer Support cannot assist with these topics.
We strongly encourage you to keep the DNS service BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) updated [...]
There are three steps to setting up DNS for websites hosted on your dedicated or Virtual Private Server (VPS) using Plesk 9:
Create a zone file for your domain name in Parallels Plesk Panel.
Create and register two domain hosts.
You need to perform several tasks to configure your Linux server as a DNS server. This process involves Linux command line operations, and familiarity with the Linux command line interface is helpful.
Unfortunately, we cannot assist you directly with the process of configuring your Linux server with no control panel as [...]
Syncing your server password will update the login credentials on file for the server in your customer account. This does not reset your password for your server. This function will sync your server passwords with your login information on your account for verification purposes only.
Log in to your Account [...]
You may install anything you want on your dedicated server, as long as the installed material does not violate the restrictions listed in the license agreement. [...]
How you access a secondary drive on your dedicated server depends on which operating system you are using.
As long as the material or content does not violate the regulations listed in the license agreement for your account, you can upload any type of content that you want on your [...]
If your Linux server is configured with two hard disks, and you want to partition your second drive, you must:
Partition the secondary hard disk.
Create a file system for the new partition.
Mount the partition to make it accessible.
These instructions [...]
NOTE: The location of your php.ini file can vary, depending on your operating system/control panel combination. If you are using Fedora 4 with Parallels Plesk Panel, for example, this file is in the following location: /etc/php.ini
If you are using a different operating system and/or control panel, you can find [...]
The Parallels Plesk Panel configuration of Tomcat uses port 9080 instead of the standard 8080. You should be able to access Tomcat through port 9080 without [...]