Plesk looks awesome from a prospective standpoint, but then again cpanel looks awesome until you use it for a while and realize how much of a PITA it is - not to mention its never ending cost. What complaints do those that use plesk have about it? It is unstable, does it make the server crawl, whats its flaws? Or is it as good as it looks: clean, stable and relatively snappy? I would love some feedback please.
I was wondering the same thing a couple of days after v8 was released. I bought a VPS and had Plesk installed on it (being used to cPanel) and my advice would be if you're used to cPanel - stick with it - cPanel is MUCH easier for an administrator, though Plesk is probably a little easier for clients.
If you have clients on cPanel and are tempted to migrate to Plesk, avoid doing so as Plesk uses a different structure of the absolute path to the sites and after migrating a cpbackup to Plesk 8.0.1 the client's account has been installed under /var/www/vhosts/accountdomain.com/httpdocs while /home contained only a subdir called /ftp
Not to mention the fact that large accounts fail to migrate.
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