In this example, we’ll update DNS records for my polka.shorts domain.2) Click on ‘Show More’ to reveal the advanced settings for your domain. 4) From this menu you can select an existing record to edit by clicking on it. In this example, we’ll add records for my domain to use Google Mail.
Update (2014/09/17): After taking the time to go through all of my domains and change the settings for each (which in Plesk is no quick task), I have re-checked on my Plesk Statistics settings only to find that Plesk 12 has automatically changed every single domain’s Stats settings back to the default setting, enabled.
So take heed, if you implement this security measure, Plesk may not honor your preferences, meaning that you will inevitably need to go through and change the setting after each Plesk update.
I do have a managed VPS at Solar VPS, it's set up with Cent OS 4.2 p6, Plesk 8.1 and Aw Stats 6.6 and Webalizer.
Webalizer and Aw Stats are working, but there's a problem with accessing the monthly archives.
"%plesk_bin%"\\--generate-domain-webstat --domain-name=example.com"%plesk_dir%"\\admin\\bin\\web_statistics_--calculate-domain --webspace-name=--domain-name=Task Scheduler Library and check that Plesk Scheduler Task - "Daily web statistics analyzers run task" exists.
# /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/statistics --calculate-one --domain-name Main HTML page is 'awstats.example.com-http.html'.
This happened, by the way, when Plesk was upgraded from 11 to 12, or somewhere in between.
If you see this page that means that statistics service has not run yet on your server.
This guide will show you how to update your domain’s DNS records from within the Plesk Control Panel.