- Plesk for Linux
- Action log Plesk > Tools & Settings > Action log shows that changes were made directly from the server by the admin user:
CONFIG_TEXT: 127.0.0.1 admin 'Update Physical Hosting' ('Client GUID': 'f68a647f-120b-40ce-b71d-1df69226304d' => 'f68a647f-120b-40ce-b71d-1df69226304d', 'Domain GUID': 'f6ffd3d7-0a7a-4179-8f1b-25769526b7fb' => 'f6ffd3d7-0a7a-4179-8f1b-25769526b7fb', 'Domain Name': 'example.com' => 'example.com', 'System Shell': '/opt/psa/bin/chrootsh' => '/bin/false')
- Following entry in
/var/log/plesk/httpsd_access_logshows that service plan has been synchronized:
CONFIG_TEXT: 127.0.0.1 - -"GET /admin/customer-service-plan/sync-status/servicePlanId/6 HTTP/1.1" 200 44 "https://203.0.113.2:8443/admin/customer-service-plan/list" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/203.0.113.2 Safari/537.36" "-"'/admin/customer-service-plan/sync-status/servicePlanId/6' '' '/opt/psa/admin/htdocs'
The subscription has been synchronized with the service plan which is set not to provide server access for FTP users over SSH.
Lock subscription to stop synchronization with the service plan:
- Log into Plesk Panel.
- Go to Plesk > Subscriptions > example.com > Account > Customize;
- Click Update & Lock.