Parallels is pleased to introduce the new Micro-Update #10 for the 12.0.18 version of Parallels Plesk Panel (PP).
The 12.0.18 MU#10 update is recommended for all PP users and includes general functionality fixes that improve the stability, compatibility, and security of your PP server.
To ensure optimal server reliability and security, Parallels strongly recommends keeping your operating system and PP software up-to-date.
The following improvement has been made:
Administrators can now set a server-wide limit on the number of scheduled backups that can be stored in one repository. The limits of all subscriptions and accounts are reduced to the server-wide value, if such a value is specified. The newly created subscriptions and accounts will have the specified limit by default. Users cannot set a greater limit than the server-wide one. (PPP-10831)
The following issues have been resolved:
If users logged in using rsession, the Plesk interface language was English, even if these users previously selected another language in Interface Settings. (PPP-11069)
(Linux) In Plesk 12.0, temporary backup files were stored in /tmp by default. This could cause the server not to respond if the size of backup files was bigger than the size of the directory. Temporary backup files are now stored in /usr/local/psa/PMM/tmp. (PPP-11008)
(Linux) After the user had enabled the Atomic rule set for ModSecurity (web application firewall), ModSecurity (web application firewall) stopped working. (PPP-11007)
Users could not restore the default DNS zone settings for domain aliases. The Restore the DNS Zone form did not appear. (PPP-10974)
(Linux) Plesk installed on OpenVZ containers could not be configured after the upgrade to 12.0 because of the missing directory /dev/shm. (PPP-10830, PPPM-1655)
(Linux) The Awstats statistics of the last day of the month was calculated incorrectly. (PPP-8850, PPPM-1486)
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