- Plesk 12.5 for Linux
- Plesk 12.5 for Windows
Plesk is pleased to introduce the new Micro-Update #19 for the 12.5.30 version of Plesk.
The 12.5.30 MU#19 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.
[+] PHP5.5 version was updated to 5.5.31
[+] PHP5.6 version was updated to 5.6.17
[+] PHP7 version was updated to 7.0.2
The following issues were resolved:
[+] The database connection strings in configuration files of the installed applications are now correctly replaced after migration.
[+] Passwords are now stored in the environment variables instead of the config.ini file to avoid potential security issues.
[+] After migration to a server with a newer version of IIS, the web configuration is now correctly rebuilt.
[+] Database server version is now checked during migration to avoid possible issues.
[+] Windows migration agent was updated to support Plesk 17.0.
[+] Now Plesk Migrator restores contact data of a customer or a reseller even if one or more fields does not conform to Plesk rules.
[*] New metrics were added to the migration report.
[*] Secure FTP service is no longer used for files transfer.
[-] Migration from servers with Chinese locale on Windows did not work. (PMT-2465)
[-] In some cases, DNS records were duplicated after migration (PMT-2462)
[-] After migration from Confixx, only httpdocs and logs web directories were migrated instead of the whole users home directory. (PMT-2459)
[-] Domains with incorrect units of DNS zone properties could not be migrated, and an unclear error message was shown. (PMT-2464)
[-] The links to log files were lost after migration from Confixx. (PMT-2463)
[-] In some cases Plesk Migrator user interface displayed an error while migration continued correctly. (PMT-2470)
[-] During migration from Helm 3, the migration agent activity was not copied to the log completely. (PMT-2458)
[-] Web page statistic was not available after migration from cPanel.(PMT-2433)
[-] If database restoration failed after migration, three errors occurred with three database dump files consuming much disk space. (PMT-2448)
[-] During migration from Confixx, some calls for getting variables from the configuration file were duplicated. (PMT-2452)
[-] Error messages were displayed after migration of domains with national symbols in names and frame forwarding enabled. (PMT-2245)
[-] Additional users with weak passwords could not be created on the target server on Windows. (PMT-2377)
[-] After migration from cPanel, mail disk usage was displayed incorrectly in the Plesk user interface. (PMT-2447)
[-] The message "The traffic statistics retention time on some domains is less than the server-wide value" was classified as an error instead of a warning in the migration report. (PMT-2006)
[-] If MySQL database restoration failed after migration, the information about three failed attempts was added to the migration report. (PMT-2076)
[-] A pop-up window with unclear error message was shown in some cases during migration from Plesk 9.5 to Plesk 12.5 on Linux. (PMT-2454)
[-] A service plan could not be created if a suitable PHP handler could not be found on the target server. (PMT-2471)
[-] Domains with dedicated IIS pool on Windows failed to migrate. (PMT-2456)
[-] Migration failed if the "Very strong" password policy was enabled on the target Plesk server on Linux. (PMT-2508)
[-] Migration failed if the temporary directory was created on a drive other than the C drive on the source server. (PMT-2502)
[-] Migration failed if there were two separate subscriptions with the same name, but with the "www" prefix and without it. (PMT-2455)
[-] Plesk Migrator did not check links with the "www" prefix for domains without this prefix in their name. (PMT-2355)
[-] The "index.htm" file was not set as the default index file after migration from cPanel and legacy panels like Helm. (PMT-2356)
[+] - Added
[-] - Fixed
[*] - Improved