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Pre-migration checks show warning: The following Apache modules are not installed

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    b_p

    Ivan Postnikov The list of "missing" extensions when migrating from Plesk 18.0.35/Ubuntu 16.04 to Plesk 18.0.36/Ubuntu 20.04 is even bigger: aclr, actions, alias, authn_file, authz_host, authz_user, bw, env, mime, remoteip, security2, ssl, unique_id. Interestingly, most of these extensions do exist on the target server and are activated. Seems like another bugfix that is required (which hopefully is faster than some of the others)

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @b_q

    Thank you for reporting.

    We'll test this internally.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @b_q

    The behavior was reproduced in a test environment.

    Bug with ID PMT-4972 was created to resolve the issue you've reported. 

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    b_p

    Always surprising to see such issues with "standard" OSes where I would have expected more thorough testing...

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    Shaaz Sher Jung
    Ivan Postnikov
    Hi, 
    Is it okay to ignore the the following warning then ?

    The following Apache modules are not installed on the destination server: aclr, actions, alias, authn_file, authz_host, authz_user, autoindex, dir, env, log_config, mime, mime_magic, negotiation, remoteip, security2, setenvif, ssl, unique_id.
    Please install and turn on these modules in Plesk to prevent some possible problems.

    Thank you
     
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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Shaaz Sher Jung

    Yes

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