A scheduled backup was not created: Unable to define superuser password for mysql server on localhost

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    Marcio Nunes

    Hello!
    This resolution dont work here. The error persist!

    Error: mysql "namebbdd"
    Unable to define superuser password for mysql server on localhost
    Warning: mysql "namebbdd"
    Unable to get list of db servers (ErrorCode: 1, STDOUT:).
    Error: mysql "namebbdd"
    Unable to define superuser password for mysql server on localhost
    Error: mysql "namebbdd"
    Unable to define superuser password for mysql server on localhost
    Error: mysql "namebbdd"
    Unable to define superuser password for mysql server on localhost
    Warning: hosting "domain.com.br"
    Unable to backup Site Builder publishing status on site domain.com.br (ErrorCode: 1, STDOUT:).
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    Anzhelika Khapaknysh

    Hi @Marcio Nunes,

    The cause may be also in the custom configuration of /etc/crontab.
    Make sure that syntax in the custom cronjobs is correct.

    If it won't help, submit a request to Plesk Support Team to check the issue in details.

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