Apache restart interval configured in Plesk is ignored

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    Fabrizio Leo

    Hello Dears,

    the same problem occurs on Debian 9.x. Would you please release the fix?

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Fabrizio,

    The fix is already included in Plesk Obsidian.

    Plesk Obsidian is available for Early adopters: https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/213373849-Plesk-Release-Tiers

    Currently, there is no available ETA for the fix to be backported to Plesk Onyx.

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    Fabrizio Leo

    Hi Ivan,

    I suggest you to update your reply, because after my request your colleagues released the patch for Debian 9.

    Thanks.

    Fabrizio

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Fabrizio,

    Thank you for the message.

    Indeed, the fix for Plesk 17.8 and Debian 9 was added to this article shortly after my message.

    However. the fix is still available in Plesk Obsidian out of the box.

    For older options, manual fix installation, as described in the resolution part is required.

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    Fabrizio Leo

    Hi Ivan,

    no, that's not like your describing.

    In my first message I asked for the fix on Debian 9, then you suggested me commercial "solution": use Plesk Obsidian which is not ready to be used in production and cannot be considered a solution.

    After your non-resolutive reply, I had to open a trouble ticket to Plesk and developers released the bugfix for Debian 9 on Plesk Onyx.

    If it was for you, I'd probably get no bugfix at all.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Fabrizio,

    Thank you for the clarification about the fix for Plesk 17.8 and Debian 9.

    There was a misunderstanding between us.

    You've used the right approach by submitting a ticket to Plesk Support.

     

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