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raymonvdm 5th February 2011 20:53

Upgrade from Ubuntu 8.0.4 to 10.04 broke ispconfig2
 
Hi,

Today i have updated my ISPconfig2 server using the ubuntu way to update a system

After that the ispconfig system broke down. I have downgrade the php5.3 installation to php5.2 but the ispconfig service stil failed to start.

After that i have tried to run an update of a new version but this update failed. Now when i try to update using ISPConfig-2.2.37.tar.gz i think i need a new installation.

Al websites are working for know but i really would like to fix the ispconfig2 installation.


Second question when wil ipv6 be supported because i would like to have ipv6 support

falko 6th February 2011 21:16

First, you should restore your previously working ISPConfig from the backups in the /tmp folder. Then, before you update to 2.2.37, take a look at chapter 22 on http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-se...ispconfig-2-p7

raymonvdm 7th February 2011 22:09

I did the steps you mentioned except the restore in /tmp and all seems to be fine

Ben 4th February 2012 15:09

As php 5.2 is out of support, why did you downgrade?

@Falko / Till: Will ispconfig2 work with the php 5.3 branch?

falko 5th February 2012 12:57

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ben (Post 272981)
@Falko / Till: Will ispconfig2 work with the php 5.3 branch?

You mean if you use 5.3. for ISPConfig itself? I'm not sure, we haven't tested this.

Ben 10th February 2012 14:13

Is ISPConfig2 still in support? If so would'nt it make sense to ship 5.3x in the next release, as 5.2 is out of support and thus a more or less security issue for the hostingserver.

falko 11th February 2012 12:32

It's not actively being developed anymore, but we'll think about your suggestion.


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