- Plesk for Linux
- Plesk for Windows
How to upgrade Plesk to the next release?
Plesk can be upgraded either via the Plesk interface or a command-line interface directly on a Plesk server.
During the upgrade process:
- Plesk will be unavailable
- Websites will stay online
To find out if your operating system is supported by the next Plesk release, visit the Plesk Lifecycle Policy page.
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Upgrading Plesk via the Plesk interface
Note: Make sure that port 8447 is opened in firewall. If it is closed and cannot be opened, use the command-line instructions.
In Plesk, go to Tools & Settings and click Updates and Upgrades.
On the Updates and Upgrades page, click Install or Upgrade Product.
Note: If Plesk Obsidian is not available for upgrade, visit this KB article.
On the Install or Upgrade Product page, select a Plesk version from the drop-down list and click Continue to begin the upgrade procedure.
Note: If your operating system supports the next Plesk release, but it is not in the list, check what release tier you are currently on at Plesk > Tools & Settings > Update and Upgrade Settings.
For detailed instructions, see:
Upgrading Plesk via a command-line interface
Start Plesk Installer:
On Linux, run the command:
On Windows Server, start a command prompt as an Administrator and run the command:
C:\> "%plesk_bin%"\ai.exe --console
Follow the on-screen instructions. For details, see:
- Plesk Documentation: Upgrading Plesk for Linux Using Installer Console
- Plesk Documentation: Upgrading Plesk for Windows Using Installer Console
Note: If your operating system supports the next Plesk release, but it is not in the list, check what release tier you are currently on at Plesk > Tools & Settings > Update and Upgrade Settings. Alternatively, quit Plesk Installer and start it once again with the key "--all-versions".