- Plesk for Linux
WordPress instance is shown as broken in WordPress Toolkit with the following error message:
PLESK_ERROR: Unable to read or execute files from the WordPress root directory.
On attempt to remove a WordPress directory via WordPress Toolkit, one of the following errors appears in Plesk:
PLESK_ERROR: "/httpdocs/_backup": Unable to read or execute files from the
WordPress root directory." There is no such file/directory in the
affected hosted site, nor is there any "backup" at all in the site
PLESK_ERROR: "/httpdocs/_backup": This WordPress installation is not configured. Go to
the WordPress administrator's interface and finish configuring it. Then
click the Refresh button." This may be true but what does "scan" check
to determine this?
/httpdocs/_backupdoes not exists in the
httpdocsdirectory of a domain:
# ls -l /var/www/vhosts/example.com/httpdocs/ | grep _backup
Such issue occurs as a result of the following actions:
The WordPress directory
/httpdocs/_backuphas been scanned by WordPress Toolkit.
This directory has been manually removed from the server.
The WordPress instance is still stored in cache of WordPress Toolkit.
Remove the broken instance:
In Plesk go to the WordPress Toolkit.
Click on a directory of the affected instance.