This is the seventh part of our Plesk Tutorial Series. If you're configuring a new VPS we recommend starting with part 1.
Additional questions about Plesk
The configuration of your Plesk VPS is done! You now have a secure, up-to-date VPS on which you can host your websites, databases and email.
These tutorial series are meant to lay a solid foundation for your Plesk VPS. Of course, there are more possibilities than discussed in this series and it may happen that you have questions about other functions of Plesk later. In that case, the following sources will certainly help you on your way:
- Our Knowledge Base: Couldn’t find a topic that you would like to have covered here, or do you have feedback about the content of an article? Let us know by leaving a comment under an article!
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- The Plesk Knowledge Base: Of course, Plesk cannot be missing as a source. Do not hesitate to look at the Plesk knowledgebase for Plesk related questions as well.
- The Plesk Forum: Plesk has an active forum community of helpful people with a lot of knowledge. If you can’t find the solution to a problem, you usually have a fitting answer on the forums within a day.
I experience a problem with Plesk
Plesk offers a lot of useful options for managing your VPS. However, it might happen that a mistake in your configuration creates a problem. The solutions to some known problems can be found in this article. Especially the Plesk repair tool proves to be very useful for most problems.
Extra options for your Plesk-VPS
Above we discuss Plesk itself, but your VPS combined with Plesk offers many more possibilities. For example, you might want to add an extra IPv4 or IPv6 or use our mail service. Below is a brief overview of some useful additional features and links to find more information:
- Plesk extensions: YourPlesk-VPS can be expanded with a variety of free and paid extensions. You can for example use the WordPRess Smart Updates plugin to automatically update your WordPress websites, or the SEO toolkit to ensure your websites can more easily be found in Google search results.
- VPS-mail service: Our VPS mail service (also known as ‘carefree mailing’) is a service that is meant to make the guaranteed and spam-free sending of mail as easy as possible. This article shows you how to use the VPS mail service.
- Add an extra IPv4- of IPv6-address: If you offer many domains, you may not want to host each domain on the same IP (e.g. if you host competing websites). You add an extra IPv4 or IPv6 address with the steps in this article. Use the steps for CentOS 7.
- Big Storage: If you process a lot of data (e.g. a website with a lot of video material, or a lot of email), you may need extra storage. With Big Storage you add 2TB HDD storage space, up to a max of 400TB.
- HA-IP (High Availability IP): Do you want to use a load balancer to spread the load over multiple VPSs, or ensure that when you experience downtime on a VPS for whatever reason, visitors to your website are directed to your other VPS? HA-IP (Pro) offers you these options!
- Upgrading your VPS: If you offer more services on your VPS in the future and you need a larger VPS, you can always upgrade your VPS.
In this article we mentioned some additional options for your Plesk VPS. If you have an idea or topic that you would like to see discussed here, please let us know!
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