Plesk Repair Utility: Installation

The Plesk repair utility with the installation aspect checks the consistency of the Plesk installation including permissions and ownership of files in RPM or DEB packages. If the Plesk repair utility detects incorrect permissions and ownerships of files in RPM or DEB packages, it informs you about these files and gives you the option to fix permissions and ownership.

Use the plesk repair installation command if you are experiencing issues with Plesk itself, and not with one of the Plesk services. There are no options specific to the installation aspect.

Known Limitations

On dpkg-based systems (Debian, Ubuntu), the Plesk repair utility does not check files in those DEB packages whose DEB archives are not found. For example, if DEB archives are not found in /var/cache/apt/archives and are not accessible from the enabled APT repositories, the Plesk repair utility does not detect and fix permissions and ownership of files in the corresponding DEB packages.

Examples:

  • plesk repair installation - Checks the consistency of the Plesk installation.
 

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