Are you running Plesk on your dedicated server or VPS? Do you want or need to know what version of MySQL, PHP, Apache – or anything else – your box is running, to relate to a client or stakeholder?
You can find version numbers for certain things using phpinfo or in your server via SSH, but, since you have the ease of management gained by running a panel, isn’t there a Plesk-style way of doing this? Yes! There is! Read on…
Step 1 – login to Plesk
Login to Plesk as an administrator.
Step 2 – Click “Tools & Settings”
Open up the Tools & Settings screen from your Plesk panel.
Step 3 – Click “Server Components”
In the big list you see, click “Server Components” which can be found under the “Server Management” heading, here:
This will load up a page which looks like this, where you can see everything relevant:
Hint – Apache is called “HTTPD” – search that!
Have a look in the handy search tool for httpd, and this will show you the Apache version your Plesk is running.
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