I'm trying to fix all our plans - it's going to be easier to do this via the command line - but the command /usr/local/psa/bin/service_plan seems to not want to play nicely. Seems simple enough - use /usr/local/psa/service_plan - right? Wrong... Usage suggests that I must use the plan name - not ID: Code: [root@cppa bin]# ./service_plan -h| more Usage: service_plan command <service-plan-name> [options] Available commands: --create or -c <service-plan-name> Creates a hosting plan. --update or -u <service-plan-name> Updates an existing hosting plan. --duplicate or -d <service-plan-name> Duplicates a hosting plan by making its copy with the name specified in the '-duplicate-name' option. --remove or -r <service-plan-name> Removes a hosting plan. --info or -i <service-plan-name> Displays information about a hosting plan. --xml-info or -x <service-plan-name> Output the contents of the domain service plan in XML format --help or -h Displays this help page. --create-default or -def Creates a default hosting plan. --add-aps-filter-item <service_plan_name> Adds an APS applications filter item. --remove-aps-filter-item <service_plan_name> Removes an APS applications filter item. ... ... I've tried: /usr/local/psa/bin/service_plan -i my plan name; /usr/local/psa/bin/service_plan -i "my plan name"; /usr/local/psa/bin/service_plan -i 'my plan name'; /usr/local/psa/bin/service_plan -i "my\ plan\ name"; all error : Code: An error occurred while getting the hosting plan information: There is no such a service plan Can we get a version of this command that takes planID rather than name? All our plan names have spaces and dashes and I can't even get the command line controls to recognize a single plan name!