There are two ways to install Plesk on Virtuozzo:
- Using the Plesk installer script – the same way as in the case with physical servers
- Using Virtuozzo Application Templates – the native application management mechanism
Note: We recommend that you use the Plesk installer script for this purpose.
The process of deploying multiple Plesk servers on Virtuozzo in this case follows this workflow:
Create a Virtuozzo container
For instructions on creating Virtuozzo containers, see Creating Virtual machines and Containers in the Virtuozzo User’s Guide.
Install Plesk in the container using the installer script
You can choose any of the ways described in this guide.
Prepare the Plesk instance installed in the container for cloning
For instructions on how to prepare a Plesk instance for cloning, see Deploying Plesk Servers by Cloning.
Clone the container as many times as necessary
For instructions on cloning Virtuozzo containers, see Copying Virtual Machines and Containers within Server in the Virtuozzo User’s Guide.
Perform post-install configuration
The post-installation setup for Plesk in a Virtuozzo container is absolutely the same as for other types of installation. It includes Plesk initialization, installation of a license key, and so on. You can either perform it manually or automate the process using the Plesk API.
For instructions on performing manual post-install configuration, see Post-install Configuration on a Single Server.
For instructions on how to initialize Plesk programmatically, see Post-install Configuration on Multiple Servers.