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dren 01-28-2010 10:50 PM

ISPManager: Phpinfo link in "External" with Webmail, etc. (Extensions)
 
It would be nice to see a link at ispmanager-> external -> phpinfo, it would be useful for lots of people who use your control panel provide web hosting, then users can see information about the server.

dren 01-29-2010 04:58 AM

Ok, there is info in ispsystem docs about adding extensions here:

http://ispsystem.com/docs/isp-lite-e...el.config.html

I had followed these instructions perfectly but was still running into a problem, which is why I posted the feature request here. After some time I talked to the friendly folks over at ISPsystem and they have provided additional info about the xmlcache in ispmgr. You can try to renew your messages cache with the following commands.

Code:

rm -rf /usr/local/ispmgr/var/.xmlcache
/usr/local/ispmgr/sbin/xmlcache ispmgr
killall ispmgr

If you want to add something into your extensions, and feel you have done everything correctly; this may solve your problem.

GakcaT 01-29-2010 05:37 AM

This feature isn't so useful to add it to ISPmanager interface.

dren 01-29-2010 06:23 AM

I think anyone can make phpinfo script, and extensions may be listed in ispmanager... but there is other info in phpinfo and it's easy to have it already acccessible to users of the contrl panel. I know some other control panels offer this feature, so I'm not the only one to find this useful. I'm glad that you have created the feature to add this individually.

slava 01-29-2010 06:03 PM

PHP settings can be different for sites (for different users).
Since, for example, when using PHP mode as CGI, user have own php.ini and can change some settings or manage PHP extensions through ISPmanager.

You can create phpinfo script in the www site directory (file.php)
PHP Code:

<?
phpinfo
();
?>

and see all data including the paths to files and directories, and other parameters by opening this in the web-browes.


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