The easiest way to resolve such problems is to restart your computer.
The system package manager, such as yum or apt, manages updates in this case in the same way as it does without Plesk.
Therefore, if there are other repositories available in the system, updates can be installed from them.
Important: If any issues occur during the updating, try to resolve them by using the operating system means.
The System Updates tool is only a front end for your system packages manager, such as In this chapter: Starting to Use the System Updates Tool Changing the Repositories of System Updates Updating System Packages Setting Up Notifications Viewing the Update Log Disabling the System Updates Tool Safe Updates For stability and reliability reasons, the System Updates tool installs updates for each package from the repository from which this package was initially installed. Disabling Safe Updates If you disable safe updates, the System Updates tool no longer ensures that the updates are installed from the same repository as an initial package.
Another way to update such packages is by using the native operating system means.
If there are other packages that depend on a locked package, Plesk will ask you if you allow the update of a locked package.
To disable safe updates: Prohibiting Updates from Different Repositories To prohibit unsafe updates, you can hide the option Enable safe updates for system packages, which can be used to allow unsafe updates.
This option is located in Tools & Settings Note: At the moment, you cannot add or remove a package repository.
It recommends an information model to help keep the estimated costs updated in the future.