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    B Pfleging

    First of all, the Panel.ini editor extension does not list all settings (e.g., ext-letsencrypt options ar missing!).

    Second, the options are not explaind. For example, what is the userActivityTracking option group about? Can I disable this? It feels as if this is about tracking the usage behavior of Plesk?

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    Konstantin Annikov

    Hi,

    1. This Plesk extension does not manage the extension's functionality. You can find the description about such settings in our documentation: 

    https://docs.plesk.com/en-US/onyx/administrator-guide/plesk-administration/managing-lets-encrypt-settings.78586/

    If you wish Panel.ini editor to manage extensions settings also, please submit a request at

    https://plesk.uservoice.com/forums/184549-feature-suggestions

    2. Such functionality is not implemented in the extension also. So, you can submit such feature too: 

    As for userActivityTracking , it one of the parameters that is using internally to track Plesk's user actions.  We do not recommend to modify this value. 

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    B Pfleging

    Well, this is not a feature request. It should be standard for a software, that all potential options are documented!

     

    Regarding userActivityTracking: Can you explain this feature? Is this data that is collected on the server and sent to plesk.com?

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    Bato Tsydenov

    @b_p

    Hello,

    userActivityTracking will allow collecting data about user activities such as changing Services, Plesk settings or actions which raised errors/warnings in Plesk UI.
    It will be documented as soon as the feature is implemented.

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    Andries Jansen

    Hello,

    It's implemented, because it's slowing down the panel! When it's slow, the panel waiting for "firehose.us-west-2.amazonaws.com".

    [userActivityTracking] firehose.endpoint firehose.us-west-2.amazonaws.com

    So can you please document these settings.

    What are the consequences of disabling the userActivityTracking for the for the 'daily use' of the panel?

    Regards,

    Andries Jansen

     

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    Robert Asilbekov

    @Andries  No consequences, at all.

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    12Webs (Edited )

    @Plesk,

     

    I want to turn this off, because of this the panel is somehow very slow...

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    Lev Iurev

    Hi @12Webs

    I believe that it cannot be the reason of slowness, please create a ticket to our Technical Support.

    BTW you could remove it in extensions > my extensions > Panel.ini Editor > Click on it's name > more> remove

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    Wolfgang Reidlinger (Edited )

    Hi there!

    I also see traffic to

    firehose.us-west-2.amazonaws.com

    ,BUT there is no [userActivityTracking] element in my Panel.ini - so my question how do i remove the option / traffic to firehose.us-west-2.amazonaws.com then?

    Furthermore I can also see traffic to

    sentry.io/api/1327420/envelope/?sentry_key=50365*********************

    How can I disable this?

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    Michael Neubert

    Hello Wolfgang Reidlinger,

    just add the following lines directly into your Panel.ini via Editor:

    [userActivityTracking]
    enabled=false

    Kind regards,
    Michael

     

     

     

     

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    Michael Neubert (Edited )

    Hello Wolfgang Reidlinger,

    to disable all sentry.io requests, another option needs to be disabled too:

    [feedback]
    sentry.dsn = ""

    See also the discussion about it in the Plesk forum:
    https://talk.plesk.com/threads/activity-tracking-while-user-login-to-admin-panel.361905/ 

    Kind regards,
    Michael

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