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How to clone a WordPress instance in Plesk

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    Gabriel

    It seems that when you have an existing domain that was already used for cloning and you clone for a second time the new database settings from the clone setup settings are not updated. So wordpress toolkit keeps showing the old database settings from the first clone process although you're using other database settings.
    It needs a manual refresh/update in toolkit before new database settings are shown.

    Perhaps this refresh can be done automatically.

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