DirectAdmin 1.61.0 Release Candidate 1

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Are you sure you've used CustomBuild to install it? Maybe that's the reason why this info isn't private.
Yep , i did:
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cd /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild
./build netdata
I assumed that there will be created an link or so but the only way to reach the stats page is IP:19999
Is it possible to have a web panel inside DA just like CSF ?
 

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Yep , i did:
Code:
cd /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild
./build netdata
I assumed that there will be created an link or so but the only way to reach the stats page is IP:19999
Is it possible to have a web panel inside DA just like CSF ?
It should be available in the panel and not listen on port 199999. May you try updating CB and run “./build netdata” then? Maybe you had some old version of CB.
 

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It should be available in the panel and not listen on port 199999. May you try updating CB and run “./build netdata” then? Maybe you had some old version of CB.
No it was the latest CB build, I just updated curl before the netdata install,
Is there some kind of a screen shot where to look for the panel inside DA?
 

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No it was the latest CB build, I just updated curl before the netdata install,
Is there some kind of a screen shot where to look for the panel inside DA?
Hm.. Maybe you just need a restart of it then? Try:
Code:
service netdata restart
 

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It shouldn't be available to public and listen on port 19999...
Hi I didnt mention the port but the link in DA :)

Please try to reproduce:
1. Switch to enhanced skin, look under admin tools = nothing there
2. Switch to evolution skin, look under admin tools = There is a icon of Netdata present !

and , Yes now the port 19999 doesnt work anymore (as it should be) public
 

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Hi I didnt mention the port but the link in DA :)

Please try to reproduce:
1. Switch to enhanced skin, look under admin tools = nothing there
2. Switch to evolution skin, look under admin tools = There is a icon of Netdata present !

and , Yes now the port 19999 doesnt work anymore (as it should be) public
"but the only way to reach the stats page is IP:19999" and "EDIT: found IP:19999 shows the stats, is it possible to have this info private ?" clearly stated something is wrong, as it shouldn't be listening on that port.

Regarding URLs - it should be there in admin stats section now (latest pre-release required).

Thank you!
 

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We often take this for granted with you guys but it's super nice to see our suggestions actually making it into the next production versions of DirectAdmin, thanks a lot!

About the BubbleWrap jail feature, will this be coming to Debian as well? Looks like Debian 10 supports this as well.
 

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"but the only way to reach the stats page is IP:19999" and "EDIT: found IP:19999 shows the stats, is it possible to have this info private ?"
I have to explain :
That was the first problem I had, it was because I made the installation without the pre-release files :)
Installation went well but the netdata page was public available (because not using the pre-release I figured out later)

After using the pre-release files it automatically made the netdata private only but missed the link lin in the enhanced skin, its fixed now
Thanks
 
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About the BubbleWrap jail feature, will this be coming to Debian as well? Looks like Debian 10 supports this as well.
Works also fine with Debian 9 Stretch. So you can enable it and install :) (we test it on Debian)
 

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How can it be uninstalled?
A ./build remove_netdata does not work (yet).

By the way... when not using the newer DA binaries, It's indeed publicly displaying on port 19999.
 

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How can it be uninstalled?
A ./build remove_netdata does not work (yet).

By the way... when not using the newer DA binaries, It's indeed publicly displaying on port 19999.
Try /opt/netdata/usr/libexec/netdata/netdata-uninstaller.sh. It should not listen on that port, so, I guess just a restart of the service is needed. Try restarting it and see if that helps.
 

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Yes !
Compiled onCentOS 7.0 64-Bit
Compile DateMay 13 2020, 17:49:29
Server Version1.60.4
Current Available Version1.604000
Last UpdatedThu May 14 01:50:02 2020
Last RestartThu May 14 07:35:10 2020
 
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