Failed to get plugin information
I have installed Pufferpanel (and pufferd) on the same dedicated server. As for now there is no SSL configured.
The installation seems to have worked without errors, but when I tried to create a new server I got this error:
Failed to get plugin information for the selected node, please check your logs (ERR undefined)
None of the logs I could find stated anything about errors.
I looked in /var/log/pufferd/ and /srv/pufferpanel/logs/. Are there logs anywhere else?
The pufferd node seems to be working, green sign as status in "Configured Nodes".
It might be the same problem as: https://community.pufferpanel.com/topic/724/can-t-create-new-server
though I don't have the same logs:
[18:06:40] [INFO] pufferd v1.2.0 (115321293d74045ab0cab357c5c82bf07bafe55b) [18:06:40] [INFO] Logging set to INFO [18:06:41] [DEBUG] Loading existing key [18:06:41] [INFO] Started SFTP Server on 0.0.0.0:5657 [18:06:42] [INFO] Starting web access on 0.0.0.0:5656 [18:06:42] [DEBUG] Checking for updates using https://dl.pufferpanel.com/pufferd/v1.2/version.txt [18:06:43] [INFO] DL server reports a different hash than this version, an update may be available [18:06:43] [INFO] Installed: 115321293d74045ab0cab357c5c82bf07bafe55b [18:06:43] [INFO] Online: 115321293d74045ab0cab357c5c82bf07bafe55b
Hope any of you can help!
LordRalex last edited by
This is not a usual error.
If you go to https://<yourpanel>/admin/server/new/plugins what does it show?
After some pokin around, I found out that I could't log in to mysql at all.
So I made a fresh install of Ubuntu, and it all works now.
Sorry if I got in the way of a bug hunt.
I said that too early.
I know its old but I came across this error also, to fix it I just needed to edit the premade node 'LocalNode' that was generated on installation.
I removed 127.0.0.1 from the Node Private IP so it would instead automatically pickup the domain I'd setup.
Hope that helps someone else.
gguurr last edited by
i have this problem too!
ZealJared last edited by
I had the same problem. @WillyJenkins answer worked for me!