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How to rerun daily maintenance tasks separately for Plesk on Linux?

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    Agustin Romanos

    Hello! I am running many servers with Plesk Obsidian Versión 18.0.25 but I can not see "DailyMaintainance/script.php" on cron jobs list.

    Who trigger this script? When? Can I modify his schedule?

    Thankn you! Agustin

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  • Hi Agustin Romanos,

    This is not modifiable from Plesk interface as it may cause problems on all those things that are managed from the maintenance task (statistics not calculated, license not updated, automatic updates not working, etc...).

    Still, this is regularly called from Cron service (normally located at /etc/cron.daily/50plesk-daily)

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