- Plesk for Linux
Does Plesk support CentOS 8/RHEL 8?
Support for CentOS 8/RHEL 8 is available starting from Plesk Obsidian 18.0.25.
No live/in-place upgrade from CentOS/RHEL 7 to CentOS/RHEL8 available. Plesk R&D team is researching this feature to support it in future Plesk releases.
Plesk has not been tested on CentOS Stream. Therefore, it is not recommended to install Plesk on CentOS Stream.
mod_pythonare not available for installation. These components are deprecated.
Currently, the following ModSecurity rulesets are available for selection: OWASP, Comodo.
Some third-party Plesk extensions might be incompatible with CentOS 8/RHEL 8. In such cases, report the installation issues to the extension vendor via their support channel.
PHP 7.0 and earlier PHP versions are not available for installation, because CentOS 8 system libraries are not compatible with them.
- Webalizer web-statistics feature is not available for installation as its packages are absent in the OS repository for CentOS 8/RHEL 8, moreover, Centos 8 is going to be EOL at the end of 2021. Consider using AWstats instead. There are plans to add Webalizer support during Q1 2022 for Almalinux OS which is the easy in-place conversion from CentOS 8.
Note: as a workaround, the Webalizer package can be installed from the EPEL repository at your own risk.
- Log into the server via SSH.
- Enable the EPEL repository with the command:
# yum install epel-release
- Run the command below to install the Webalizer package:
# dnf install webalizer
- Execute the following command to refresh installed server components:
# plesk sbin packagemng -sdf