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Unable to access Plesk: Unknown database 'psa', 404 Not Found

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    Karl Webster

    Thank you.

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    Enrique Ruiz Millan

    I have executed the command and I have the following error:

    ERROR 1005 (HY000) at line 15: Can't create table 'APSApplicationItems' (errno: 28)

    Thanks!



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    Yulia Plokhotnikova

    @Enrique Ruiz Millan

    Seems there is a complex issue with the database. Consider submitting a support request to Plesk directly or to a reseller, depending on where the license was purchased.

     

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    Lars Doe

    IMHO it would be safer to not automatically remove the psa database when Plesk packages are removed. Print a message instead that this has to be done manually (or give out the command to do it). I had to restore from backup when apt accidentally removed Plesk packages as a side effect.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Lars Doe,

    Thank you for sharing your experience.

    In this case, I can suggest creating a suggestion at Plesk User-voice portal.

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