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How to enable/disable SSL support for Subscription on Plesk for Linux

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    Shawn Carron

    Can we have the command to do this for all; domains on a server via cli?

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    Alexey Lapshin (Edited )

    Hello, @Shawn Carron

    It is possible to perform using the following steps:

    Generate list of subscriptions:

    # plesk bin subscription --list > subs.txt

    Apply changes to all subscriptions listed in the file subs.txt:

    # cat subs.txt | while read i; do plesk bin subscription --update $i -ssl true; done

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    Shawn Carron

    Thanks! It can also be done using the following:

    # for i in `plesk db -Nse "select d.name from domains as d join hosting as h where h.ssl='false' and h.dom_id=d.id;"`; do plesk bin domain -u $i -ssl true; done

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