- Plesk 12.5 for Linux
- Plesk 12.5 for Windows
Plesk is pleased to introduce the new Micro-Update #24 for the 12.5.30 version.
The 12.5.30 MU#24 update is recommended for all Plesk users and includes general functionality fixes that improve the stability, compatibility, and security of your Plesk server.
To ensure optimal server reliability and security, we strongly recommend keeping your operating system and Plesk software up-to-date.
[+] phpMyAdmin was updated to version 4.5.1.
[+] Users can now create an event handler triggering on a customer changing the interface language in Plesk.
[+] The support for Let’s Encrypt was added to Plesk for Windows.
The following issues were resolved:
[-] Latest versions of some applications in the Application Vault were unavailable on Plesk 12.5 servers. (PPPM-4071)
[-] A PHP notice message was logged in the panel.ini log file during the restoration of backups in Plesk, even if the restoration was successful. (PPPM-4121, PPPM-4122)
[-] Resellers could see sessions of customers owned by the administrator and other resellers in the “Active Plesk Sessions” menu. (PPPM-4087, PPPM-4109)
[-] When creating or editing SRV DNS records via the Plesk interface resulted in the contents of the “target host” field being truncated. (PPPM-3579, PPPM-3581)Linux
[-] (On Linux) On Ubuntu 12.04 servers, the Apache service could not be started after performing dist-upgrade. (PPPM-4127, PPPM-4128)
[-] (On Linux) On CentOS 7 x64 servers, adding IPv6 addresses via the ipmanage utility resulted in the subnet mask being set to /0 for the first additional ipv6 address if multiple additional IP addresses were added. (PPPM-3815, PPPM-3984)
[-] (On Linux) Users could delete and edit tasks scheduled under the root user even if the root.crontab.lock file was created. (PPPM-4034)
[-] (On Linux) On Ubuntu 14.04 x64 servers, trying to install the Plesk update #23 resulted in an error message. (PPPM-4129, PPPM-4126)Windows
[+] - Added
[-] - Fixed
[*] - Improved