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Article ID: 119343, created on Dec 26, 2013, last review on Jul 14, 2018

  • Applies to:
  • Operations Automation


POA for Linux

  1. Log into the POA Management Node
  2. Open the file /usr/local/pem/etc/odbc.ini
  3. The following parameters in the file contain system database connection properties:

    Database        = plesk
    Servername      =
    Port            = 5432
  4. Use the command like this to connect to the POA system database:

    # psql -h <Servername> -p <Port> -U plesk <Database>

Replace <Servername>, <Port>, and <Database> in the command above with the values from the odbc.ini.

POA for Windows

POA for Windows connects to the system database using the special System DSN (Data Source Name) created during POA installation.

  1. Find the name of the DSN (the default name is plesk), user name and password in the C:\Program Files (x86)\SWsoft\PEM\etc\Kernel.conf file on the POA Management Node:

  2. Run the following command on the POA Management Node to open the list of 32-bit DSNs:

  3. On the 'System DSN' tab, select the DSN you found on the step 1 and click 'Configure':

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  4. Find the MS SQL server where the POA system database is running in the 'Server' field:

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  5. Log into the server found on the previous step and connect to the MS SQL server using e.g. MS SQL Server Management Studio. Use the login and password found on the step 1. Choose the 'SQL Server Authentication' mode:

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