- Plesk for Linux
- Plesk for Windows
How to install Plesk updates?
Note: For upgrading Plesk to the next release, see the KB article How to upgrade Plesk to the next release.
By default, Plesk installs updates automatically be means of the Plesk daily task (executed every night), if the option Automatically install Plesk updates is enabled at Tools & Settings > Update and Upgrade Settings.
To update Plesk and its components manually, see instructions below. This procedure can be done either via the Plesk interface or a command-line interface directly on a Plesk server.
During the update process:
Plesk may go offline for several minutes, if updates require a Plesk restart
Websites will stay online
Note: If a service component is going to be updated, its service will be restarted.
Table of Contents
- Updating Plesk via the Plesk interface
- Updating Plesk via a command-line interface
- What Plesk update is currently installed on the system?
Updating Plesk via the Plesk interface
Note: Make sure that port 8447 is opened in a firewall. If it is closed and cannot be opened for some reason, use the command-line instructions.
In Plesk, go to Tools & Settings and click Updates and Upgrades.
On the Updates and Upgrades page, click Update Components.
Click Continue to begin the update procedure.
Updating Plesk via a command-line interface
Run Plesk Installer (on Windows Server use a command prompt as an Administrator):
Plesk Onyx for Linux and Windows
MYSQL_LIN: plesk installer update
Plesk 12.5 for Linux and Windows
MYSQL_LIN: plesk installer --select-release-current --reinstall-patch --upgrade-installed-components
Plesk 11.x and 12.0 for Linux
# /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/autoinstaller --select-product-id plesk --select-release-current --reinstall-patch --install-component panel
Plesk 11.x and 12.0 for Windows
C:\> "%plesk_bin%\ai.exe" --console --select-product-id panel --select-release-current --reinstall-patch --install-component panel
What Plesk update is currently installed on the system?
This information can be found in Plesk on the Home page > System Overview.
Alternatively, execute the following command in a command-line interface:
MYSQL_LIN: plesk version