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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Because SQL has more difficult syntax than regular bash command. In bash command, you would just need to specify an IP address/range and on/off mode. (In MySQL you have it backwards, btw, which is confusing).
    For example:
    # plesk bin admin --restrict -ip 203.0.113.2/32 -allow true
    Waaay easier to comprehend.

    In addition, running SQL queries opens opportunities for accidental removal of all records in a table.
    Let's say you need to remove one of IP addresses that are allowed to log in as admin user.

    You run plesk db "delete from cp_access" and hit enter by accident. Boom. No IP addresses in the list anymore.
    Annoying? YES.
    Can be better? Yes.

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