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The other answers are about customizing Plesk setup, while your question seems to be of slightly different topic, about your own setup co-exist with Plesk. Yes, you can put your own VHost in native Apache config and Plesk will not break/overwrite it. Just make sure you are not putting it in any Plesk generated file (would normally have a header warning to ...
Missing "yum" in CentOS 5 is common for so-called Virtuozzo containers (now called Parallels Cloud Server). I bet your VPS is one of those. "Containers" technology is different from traditional hypervisor VPS, it allows higher density of VPSes on the same machine (thus lower cost), but in exchange applies several limitations. As a solution you can try the ...
I believe relaylock is a utility that comes with Plesk, there are a lot of details about it here: http://www.davideous.com/smtp-poplock/distrib/smtp-poplock-2.05/README I'm not sure about the host-warez.info but as Michael Hampton says, pids get recycled (that would be the process ID, 28522, in your logs.) And they get recycled faster on busier mail ...
From my experience, if you install Plesk and try to modify files around by hand, you will end to compromise your Plesk and, definitely, your host. Plesk doesn't work by editing text files, but keeps its configuration in databases and other binary stores. So, it's not reccomended to mix custom configurations with the Plesk ones.
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