This is basically all about an earlier topic by some other people, located at: http://forum.plesk.com/showthread.php?threadid=5440 Basically, when we change somethign in PSA (5.0.5) Apache might catch a sigterm, quit, and won't restart since it thinks something else is bound to port 443. We never had this problem in PSA 2.x (standard) or when we were running the standard PSA 5 on RedHat 7.2 Now we have 7.3 which means we could only get the RPM install, and now problems like this arise. Will there be a definate fix for this, or is a patch in the works? Because frankly, I do not have time to check for a working Apache every single time I've been in the Control Panel. This is a major downside I've found in PSA now, whereas I used to be pretty satisfied. The provided solution to restart Apache with a cron doesn't work, nor does manually restarting Apache, or PSA alltogether. Usually only a reboot seems to fix it. Plesk, any updates on this?