Failed to load SELinux policy. Freezing. Centos 7

If the Linux server fails on boot with a message like this,You should add a parameter in grub boot editor which appears on boot.

When your server opens kernel list will appear on your screen.You use the arrow keys a kernel line like “Centos Linux 7 (Core) with Linux….” and type “e” button to edit.

After that,find the line which starts with linux add “selinux=0” like this below and type Ctrl button+x.Your server will open normally.After your server boots,fix the main problem about selinux that you have previously changed

Cloudlinux saving common php settings permanently for all installed versions

When you update cloudlinux,it also will be updated the php.ini files.Therefore you will lost your customized php settings like disable_functions.You can write some of yours into common settings file instead of editing php.ini’s directly.

Login to your cloudlinux and change directory to /etc/cl.selector/

You will see the file named global_php.ini.It is effective for your all installed alt-php* versions.Please open it by your favorite editor like nano or vi.

Sample global_php.ini with applied disable_functions directive

; This file provides global settings for php.ini of all alt-php packages
; The structure of this file:
; option = value
; To confirm changes (not affecting “date.timezone” and “error_log” options) please run:
; /usr/sbin/cagefsctl –setup-cl-selector
; To confirm changes (including “date.timezone” and “error_log” options) please run:
; /usr/bin/selectorctl –apply-global-php-ini
; or
; /usr/sbin/cagefsctl –apply-global-php-ini
; If you don’t want to change error_log, but want to change date.timezone, you can execute
; selectorctl –apply-global-php-ini date.timezone
; Similarly, command
; selectorctl –apply-global-php-ini error_log
; applies error_log and all other options specified in /etc/cl.selector/global_php.ini file, except date.timezone.
; So, you can specify 0, 1 or 2 parameters from the list: error_log, date.timezone
; using –apply-global-php-ini without arguments applies all global php options including two above
; Example:
; selectorctl –apply-global-php-ini error_log
; selectorctl –apply-global-php-ini date.timezone
; selectorctl –apply-global-php-ini date.timezone error_log
; The latter command has the same effect as /usr/bin/selectorctl –apply-global-php-ini
[Global PHP Settings]
disable_functions= proc_open,escapeshellcmd,escapeshellarg, show_source,
posix_mkfifo, ini_restore, mysql_list_dbs, get_current_user, getmyuid,pconnect, link, symlink, fin, exec, fileread, shell_exec, pcntl_exec, leak, apache_child_terminate, ch
own, posix_kill, posix_setpgid, posix_setsid, posix_setuid, proc_terminate, syslog, fpassthru, execute, shell, chgrp, stream_select, passthru, socket_select, socket_create,
socket_create_listen, socket_create_pair, socket_listen, socket_accept, socket_bind, socket_strerror, pcntl_fork, pcntl_signal, pcntl_waitpid, pcntl_wexitstatus, pcntl_wif
exited, pcntl_wifsignaled, pcntl_wifstopped, pcntl_wstopsig, pcntl_wtermsig, openlog, apache_get_modules, apache_get_version, apache_getenv, apache_note, apache_setenv, vir
tual, eval, allow_url_fopen, pconnect, p_connect,posix_getpwuid,fileowner,sym

You should write your own directives down the global php settins tag in same syntax of standart php.ini [Global PHP Settings]

After then save and close the editor and apply it by this command

[root@srv ~]# selectorctl –apply-global-php-ini

Plesk Cloudlinux LveManager Extension Error

You can manage hosting limits or reseller limits by using lve manager extension (module) inside the plesk hosting control panel.It is useful because you can set some limits to your hosting accounts by using plesk ui.But if you login to plesk with using HTTP,some errors will be occur.Therefore, you must login to plesk with https protocol to work with this extension properly

Related Error Message

Platform error.It seems your session expired.Please login into the platform.You will be redirected to login page.

Error.Bad forgery protection token