plesk server management

Plesk is a web hosting control panel software that allows users to easily manage their web hosting accounts and servers. It provides a user-friendly interface for managing websites, email accounts, databases, and other web hosting-related tasks.

Plesk allows users to create and manage websites, email accounts, and databases through a simple, web-based interface. It also includes tools for managing file permissions, backups, and other server-related tasks. Additionally, it has a built-in file manager, an FTP manager, and a DNS management utility.

Plesk also includes a variety of security features, such as built-in firewalls, SSL certificate management, and malware scanning. It also supports different web technologies such as PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, and .Net.

Plesk is available in different editions, including a free version with limited features, a standard edition and an enterprise edition. It supports different operating systems such as Windows and Linux. It is a popular choice among web hosts and web developers for its ease of use and wide range of features.

Plesk is a commercial product and is offered in different pricing plans based on the features and number of domains you want to manage.

For Plesk on Windows

  1. Connect to the Plesk server via RDP.
  2. Start a command prompt as an Administrator.
  3. Create a database dump of the Plesk database Plesk db dump psa > C:\psa_backup.sql
  4. Access the Plesk database: plesk db
  5. Run these commands to remove orphaned records:
    delete from dns_recs where dns_zone_id in (select id from dns_zone where id not in (select dns_zone_id from domains) and id not in (select dns_zone_id from domain_aliases));

    delete from dns_zone where id not in (select dns_zone_id from domains) and id not in (select dns_zone_id from domain_aliases);
  6. Exit MySQL: mysql> exit
  7. Create the domain/subdomain/alias in Plesk / Rerun for the migration/restore.

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