Every night Parallels Plesk for Linux servers run a cron job to process various log files and generate statistics. This includes generating the HTML for the AWStats or Webalizer log analysis packages used for the Plesk “web statistics” features as well as updating the disk usage and bandwidth usage for each domain.
Sometimes you need to re-run this task, such as if it failed or if you need to process a particular domain name again. One common reason for this is to correct the disk and/or bandwidth usage figures for a domain.
You can either regenerate the statistics for all domain names (the equivalent of the daily cron job) using:
Or you can re-generate the statistics for a single domain name (“example.com” in this case) using:
/usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/statistics –calculate-one –domain-name=example.com
There is a similar tool in Parallels Plesk for Windows under C:\Program Files (x86)\Parallels\Plesk\admin\bin\statistics.exe, however this requires different arguments.