@mattab opened this Issue on October 23rd 2019 Member

It would be valuable to setup Matomo on Plesk and document the process clearly in our user guides.
Many people setup Matomo via Plesk and we get a lot of questions about it suggesting it is not clear enough yet.

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Hello, unfortunately a manual for Plesk is missing here. In Plesk I can't get the auto-archiving including the archive log files to work. In the Cronjob settings of Plesk Obsidian the following is configured: Task type: Execute PHP script Script path: httpdocs/console with arguments: core:archive --url=https://matomo.meine-domain.de/ > /var/www/vhosts/matomo.my-domain.de/logs/matomo-archive.log When I run the cronjob, I always get the following error message: [RuntimeException] Too many arguments. Only if I enter the following in the arguments: "core:archive --url=https://matomo.my-domain.de/" I don't get an error message. Would be coll, if you could help me. Yours sincerely

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Can you please, provide similar "How to" for Plesk?
Thanks in advance

And also:

I created /etc/cron.d/piwik-archive
with content
MAILTO="indo@x"
0,15,30,45 root /opt/plesk/php/7.2/bin/php
/var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/analytics.mydomain.com/matomo-v3.5.1/console core:archive --url=https://analytics.mydomain.com > /home/analytics/piwik-archive.log

but the /home/analytics/piwik-archive.log will never update
I test this with
# su root -s /bin/bash -c "/opt/plesk/php/7.2/bin/php /var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/analytics.mydomain.com/matomo-v3.5.1/console core:archive --url=https://analytics.mydomain.com > /home/analytics/piwik-archive.log"
and its created that file, but cron.d never updated it.
Is here somthing missing?
piwik-archive is 0755 and root:root

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