Plesk Repair Utility: All

Using the Plesk repair utility with the all aspect performs all the checks included in all other aspects. Use the plesk repair all command to do a comprehensive checkup of the server. Note that running plesk repair all on a server with many domains will result in the command running for a long time, and will increase the load on the server while the command is running, so it is recommended to perform this operation during the off-hours.

Examples:

  • plesk repair all - Check the Plesk installation and all Plesk services. The utility will run in the interactive mode (whenever the utility detects an issue, it informs you and prompts you for the permission to attempt to resolve them).
  • plesk repair all -y - Check the Plesk installation and all Plesk services. The utility will run in the repair mode (the utility attempts to resolve any issues it detects).
  • plesk repair all -n - Check the Plesk installation and all Plesk services. The utility will run in the diagnostic mode (the utility informs you about any detected issues, but does not resolve them).
 

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