Hi all, Thanks for your input, really appreciate this! As you know, in Plesk Onyx 17.8 we made a significant improvement that allows you to use several cloud storages or even SFTP for remote backups. In Plesk Onyx 17.9 we will continue to improve Plesk Backup Manager in general and Flexible Backup Scheduler Manager in particular.
Based on the initial description and comments I can highlight 3 scenarios in the scope of this request:
#1. Keep Daily & Weekly & Monthly backups at the same time: (Example: 2 weeks of daily backups + weekly backups by each Monday)
#2. Backup to different storages (like daily to FTP and monthly to Google Drive)
#3. Multiple Storages of the same type (like 2 different FTP servers)
ID in our Issue Tracker: PPM-1701
Allow specifying multiple schedules per day. In many cases, a daily backup, every 24 hours, is not enough.
Allow specifying multiple times for daily backup or insert at least the "Twice a day" option
These suggestions look quite reasonable. We encourage other WPT users to join and let us know what other security improvements you’d like us to implement in WPT.
—AKMarco Marsala shared this idea ·
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This became a security issue. If the Wordpress path is not correct, when you change something in Hosting Settings for that domain (for ex.: the preferred url), Plesk will broke your Wordpress installation while trying to reconfigure it, and you site will be down.
It happened to me and I discovered that after saving, Plesk changed the path (already correct) in Wordpress database with the wrong one = whole site down.
This is now a security issue.
The OP need to change the URL seen by Plesk APS. Even if you migrated Wordpress from temporary directory /wordpress to production directory / for example with Duplicator plugin, Plesk still sees the old URL and this may cause lots of troubles.
For example, we experienced issues in restoring subscriptions from backups due to that problem. And don't click Remove... Plesk will remove your site database and you will lose everything (because when you migrate Wordpress from test folder to production the DB name often stays the same).