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How to upgrade via command line?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by netsolutions, Sep 1, 2005.

  1. netsolutions

    netsolutions Guest

    I am having problems upgrading Pleks via the Plesk control panel and I know there is a way to do it via the command line. Does someone know what that way is?
  2. rembrandt

    rembrandt Guest


    You can use the Autoinstaller:
    Plesk Install Procedure
    1. Log in as "root" and change your working directory to the directory where 
    the Plesk Autoinstaller resides; for example: # cd /home/admin/plesk
    2. Set execute permission for Autoinstaller:
    # chmod +x psa_installer_v2.0.0_build75050818.15_os_FedoraCore_1_i686
    3. Run the Autoinstaller:
    # ./psa_installer_v2.0.0_build75050818.15_os_FedoraCore_1_i686
    4. Follow on-screen instructions.
    Or the rpm distribution:
    Plesk RPM Install Procedure
    The Plesk 7.5.4 RPM installations require Fedora Core 1 already installed on your system.
    It is recommended that you install Plesk on servers with the freshly installed operating system.
    1. You will first need to log in as "root" to your system. 
    2. Before the installation, make sure that all the required RPMs are installed. 
    You can check whether a particular RPM is already installed by entering 
    the following command: rpm -q 'rpmname'.
    .... etc etc