Installing cPanel/Plesk Addons

cPanel

Note
  • cPanel is auto-installed only if you select the add-on at the time of purchasing the server. If you have added it later, you will have to install it manually.
  • It is recommended to install cPanel on a fresh server to avoid any misconfigurations. You can choose to Rebuild the server, in case you have made any customisations. As rebuild completely wipes off the server data, ensure that you have taken a back up before performing this action.
  • It is strongly recommended that you run this installation via "screen" mode to avoid any interruptions during this 45-60 minute background process.

You can install cPanel with this simple one-step process in case you have bought it separately.

Login via SSH to your server and run the following command:

# cd /home && curl -o latest -L https://securedownloads.cpanel.net/latest && sh latest

To confirm successful installation of cPanel, you can run the below command. The output of the completed installation will be as shown in the image.

# tail /var/log/cpanel-install.log

For more details, refer cPanel’s installation guide.

Plesk

Note
  • Plesk is not auto-installed on our servers and thus you will have to manually do this. Install Plesk with this simple one-step process.
  • It is recommended to install Plesk on a fresh server to avoid any misconfigurations. You can choose to Rebuild the server, in case you have made any customisations. As rebuild completely wipes off the server data, ensure that you have taken a back up before performing this action.
  • It is strongly recommended that you run this installation via "screen" mode to avoid any interruptions during this 45-60 minutes background process.

Install Plesk with this simple one-step process. Login via SSH to your server and run the following command:

# sh <(curl https://autoinstall.plesk.com/one-click-installer || wget -O - https://autoinstall.plesk.com/one-click-installer)

For more details, refer Plesk’s installation guide.