Article ID: 127156, created on Oct 14, 2015, last review on Oct 14, 2015

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk 11.5 for Linux
  • Plesk 11.5 for Windows


While checking the status of the domain in Plesk database or by API apart from default 0 "Active" there could be other codes such as 1,2,4 or even 272 and 288, in Panel all of them are shown as "Suspended". What do these status codes mean?


Here is the table of status codes might be returned by Plesk and their meanings:

status value            value   binary          desсription
STATUS_ACTIVE           0       0000000         active
STATUS_STATUS           1       0000001         suspended
STATUS_WITH_PARENT      2       0000010         suspended because of parent object
STATUS_BACKUP_RESTORE   4       0000100         suspended because of backup/restore
STATUS_ADMIN            16      0001000         suspended by administrator
STATUS_RESELLER         32      0010000         suspended by reseller
STATUS_CLIENT           64      0100000         suspended by client
STATUS_EXPIRED          256     1000000         suspended due to expiration

There is also a bitmask combination rule, which may combine the different statuses into one by summing up codes. E.g. 272 is a combination of statuses 256 and 16, which means that domain was suspended by administrator and reached expiration date.

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