- This guide will show you how to update Plesk from the command line. If you do not know how to log into your server using the command line, click here.
- First, you will need to download the Plesk auto installer to your dedicated server. To do this simply browse to the Plesk download page at: http://parallels.com/download/. Choose the appropriate installer for your server OS type and version.
- Once you've located the correct installer for your server, right click on the download link and choose "Copy Link Location" from the dop down list.
- Now go to your command line session and issue a wget command and paste the copied link behind "wget" following command:
- Once the download is complete, you will need to give the file permission to execute. The following command will do this:
[domain.com]# chmod +x
- You can now execute the auto installer with the following command:
- Once the auto installer is launched, you will be able to step through some easy options. You should get to a screen like the following:
- Be sure to choose the next version of Plesk in the sequence for example go from 8.0.1 to 8.1.1 to 8.2.0 do not just go from 8.01 to 8.3.
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