- Plesk Onyx for Linux
The backup restoration finishes with the following warning:
PLESK_WARN: Execution of /opt/psa/admin/plib/api-cli/domain_pref.php --update elaninet.com -max_traffic_soft 108851651149824B -ignore-nonexistent-options failed with return code 1. Stderr is Cannot update domain: Wrong syntax for command's '-max_traffic_soft' parameter. '1.0885165114982E+14' does not match the pattern '/^(-1|\d+[BKMGT%]?)$/i'.
- In the service plan assigned to the subscription
example.com(Service Plans > Hosting Plans > ServicePlanName > Resources) the Notify when traffic usage reaches option is set to 99TB/month:
This is the Plesk bug with the ID #PPPM-11027, which will be fixed in the next Plesk update releases.
The warning message can be safely ignored.
Alternatively, it is possible to apply the workaround below:
- Log into Plesk.
- Go to Service Plans > Hosting Plans > ServicePlanName > Resources.
- Set value for Notify when traffic usage reaches that differs from the 99TB/month or leave the empty field for this option.
- Scroll down and press the Update & Sync button to apply the changes.