Applies to all DNS Manager versions!
This tutorial explains how to dump zones from a Plesk Windows server.
The recommendations included here apply if you need to use the Remote update function of DNSManager and the zones are held on a Plesk Windows server.
Plesk Windows server
All you need to do is add a new MySQL user that will be allowed to connect remotely to the Plesk database. Here's how:
Connect to MySQL and run the command below:
Then replace the following:
<Plesk_database_name> with the database name, usually psa
<IP address of the DNSManager server> with the IP address from where the dump script will connect to the Plesk server
<password used to connect> - with the password used for connection
- Log in to your DNS Manager server using your favorite SSH console (e.g. Putty).
In this folder there's a script called
plesk_export.sh. Make a copy of this file where all the changes will be applied.
plesk_windows_export.shin your favorite text editor and set
Search for the
get_config()function and replace it with the one below.
admin_passwdwith the correct password and
server_hostwith the IP address of the Plesk Windows server. In case the port where MySQL listens to the Plesk server was changed, make sure the correct port number is added to
Save changes, then run the following command:
Run the dump script, then log in to DNSManager and add a new remote update location.
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