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Windows & Plesk


Mark
02-03-2008, 21:21
Not really noticeable but you get a lot more choice in how you set things up and, of course, you can add up to five domains before you need to upgrade to a paid-for licence.

OVH.Customer
02-03-2008, 20:00
Does it use less system resources or is there not a noticeable difference?

Mark
02-03-2008, 16:34
Quote Originally Posted by OVH.Customer
Was this difficult to do? Has it had any effect on the RAM usage etc?
It only took a couple of hours and it works - that's good enough for me!

OVH.Customer
02-03-2008, 16:05
Quote Originally Posted by Mark
I've now replaced Plesk with Helm v4 and it works beautifully on the Kimsufi
Was this difficult to do? Has it had any effect on the RAM usage etc?

Mark
02-03-2008, 11:19
Quote Originally Posted by Mark
Looks like Plesk'll have to be go and maybe I'll try Helm with it's free 5 domain licence.
I've now replaced Plesk with Helm v4 and it works beautifully on the Kimsufi

Fenix
01-03-2008, 16:59
Quote Originally Posted by OVH.Customer
Thanks Mark. Does that mean that as it stands the Plesk installation isn't legal?
It is legal, only for one domain though.

Mark
29-02-2008, 20:20
I'm only going to remove Plesk (for now)...

OVH.Customer
29-02-2008, 20:19
Quote Originally Posted by Mark
Looks like there'll be no 30 domain Plesk Licence:


Looks like Plesk'll have to be go and maybe I'll try Helm with it's free 5 domain licence.

If that doesn't work there's always raw Win2003 and then whole load of *nix to try
Remember that once you remove Windows you cannot install it again through the manager!

Mark
29-02-2008, 20:18
Looks like there'll be no 30 domain Plesk Licence:
for the kimsufi server we have retired the windows license with plesk, we cannot provide anymore upgrade on it. This is due to the bad performance that the kimsufi running windows plesk.
Looks like Plesk'll have to be go and maybe I'll try Helm with it's free 5 domain licence.

If that doesn't work there's always raw Win2003 and then whole load of *nix to try

Mark
27-02-2008, 11:37
I shouldn't think it means that!

OVH.Customer
27-02-2008, 00:29
Thanks Mark. Does that mean that as it stands the Plesk installation isn't legal?

Mark
26-02-2008, 23:49
Quote Originally Posted by Fenix
OVH arnt providing the 30 Domain licenses yet =)
Got a phone call from OVH this evening saying they'd make a decision on this in the next 48hrs.
Fingers crossed...

Fenix
26-02-2008, 23:05
Quote Originally Posted by OVH.Customer
Plesk is using the default licence key. Does this mean that we need to purchase a Plesk licence?
Yeah i believe so, just like CPANEL...
OVH arnt providing the 30 Domain licenses yet =)

OVH.Customer
26-02-2008, 22:10
Plesk is using the default licence key. Does this mean that we need to purchase a Plesk licence?

Mark
24-02-2008, 12:14
Yep - me too.

jwilliams88
24-02-2008, 11:02
i am running Plesk and windows 2003. hope this helps

OVH.Customer
24-02-2008, 04:27
Can Windows with Plesk be installed on the Kimsufi servers? I read a post by oles@ovh.net which says not but a few people I've spoken to have said otherwise; they have Kimsufi servers with Plesk which work.

Hopefully somebody from OVH can confirm whether or not this is supported.