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danhansen@denmark 2nd April 2013 00:31

do-release-upgrade - before or after installing ISPConfig 3
 
Hi,

Ubuntu Server 10.04
ISPConfig 3
New installation
Single Server Setup
Tutorial: The Perfect Server - ISPConfig3 - Ubuntu 10.04

Quick question:
Have followed the tutorial and have done the "aptitude update" and "aptitude safe-upgrade" but appearing onscreen is the message regarding the "do-release-upgrade"! Which is the best thing to do? To do the release-upgrade now before installing the ISPConfig 3 CP or wait with the release-upgrade until after the installation???

Looking forward to your response :)

Kind Regards,
Dan

darinpeterson 2nd April 2013 02:07

In my opinion, it is better to upgrade your system before installing ISPConfig 3, but it shouldn't matter either way.

Regards,
Darin

danhansen@denmark 2nd April 2013 02:22

doing just that ;)
 
Hi Darin,

Thanks my friend, will do the upgrade now! Thanks ;)
Hope that this will not take to long - did you see my question regarding the "NameVirtualHost *:443 has no VirtualHosts" ???

Here is one of the issues I have been struggeling with :(
Do you know what this problem is about? I have nerver been working with Virtual stuff, when I had my company I used IIS servers and only the nameservers were Unix/Linux based - at the same time we had all the IPnumbers we needed so every costumer got a IP-adress for there setup/system.. Therefore, if you have any info regarding virtual-related systems/setup please don't hesitate to speak/write to me as a 5-year old ;)

* Stopping Courier POP3-SSL server...
...done.
* Starting Courier POP3-SSL server...
...done.
* Restarting web server apache2
[Tue Apr 02 00:05:21 2013] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:443 has no VirtualHosts
[Tue Apr 02 00:05:21 2013] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:80 has no VirtualHosts
[Tue Apr 02 00:05:22 2013] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:443 has no VirtualHosts
[Tue Apr 02 00:05:22 2013] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:80 has no VirtualHosts
... waiting ...done.
Restarting ftp server: Running: /usr/sbin/pure-ftpd-mysql-virtualchroot -l mysql:/etc/pure-ftpd/db/mysql.conf -l pam -O clf:/var/log/pure-ftpd/transfer.log -8 UTF-8 -D -E -H -A -b -u 1000 -B
Installation completed.


Returning after upgrade ...
Again, thanks Darin

Kind Regards,
Dan

---------------------------------------------------------------
Internet Service Information:
Fast Internet Line/Used only for Internet-Servers.
Static IP
All ports opened in router --> server ip number
Primary nameserver --> ns1.mynameserver.tld
Secondary nameserver --> ns2.somedanishdomainservice.tld

System Information:
Ubuntu Server 10.04
ISPconfig 3 v.3.0.5.2
Single Server Setup (running primary nameserver)
Tutorial: The Perfect Server - ISPConfig3 - Ubuntu Server 10.04
Downloaded Manual for ISPConfig3 by Falko Timme
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danhansen@denmark 2nd April 2013 03:31

doing release upgrade - keep exixting files/settings/passwords etc.
 
Hi,

During the release-upgrade I am asked a lot of times, if I want to keep the files/settings which has been modified by me (the system says)

Right now its rkhunter (translated from danish)

"There is a new version of the configuration file /etc/default/rkhunter, but your version has been changed.

What do you want to do with configuration file rkhunter?

install package.... version
keep my aktual-installed version
show diff...
show diff...
begin a new.......
<o.k.>


(Again, please notice it's translated from danish)

I've been choosing to keep, keep, keep.... Hope this is the right thing to do :confused:


My God this &%/#/%(/&#

Kind Regards,
Dan

danhansen@denmark 2nd April 2013 05:42

Reinstallation complete, OS upgrade complete - creating NS-records
 
Hi Darin,

Reinstallation complete & OS upgrade complete.
Setting Nameserver records up - has to be ready 8.00 am - where the domain used for the nameserver/which is hosting itself will be "redirected" (ns modified, doesn't know the uk word for this)

Testing/Nameserver Lookup:
; Candidate name server: 88.182.xxx.xxx
; Asked for mydomain.tld, type ANY
; 209 octets from 88.182.xxx.xxx
; Response code: NOERROR
; Answer contains 5 answers to your query.

Still, there were those warnings mentioned above/below regarding [Tue Apr 02 00:05:21 2013] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:443 has no VirtualHosts
and some notifications during the OS release-upgrade as mentioned below/above..

Signing off until 7 am. Need a brake :)
Kind Regards,
Dan

falko 5th April 2013 01:00

Quote:

Originally Posted by danhansen@denmark (Post 295167)
Still, there were those warnings mentioned above/below regarding [Tue Apr 02 00:05:21 2013] [warn] NameVirtualHost *:443 has no VirtualHosts

You can ignore these warnings... sigh...

danhansen@denmark 5th April 2013 03:30

Will ignore those warnings :)
 
Hi,

That was a easy fix :) I will do just that. Sorry for asking about the same thing twice :o

Kind Regards,
Dan

RSInfotech 5th April 2013 20:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by falko (Post 295367)
You can ignore these warnings... sigh...

:D I sympathise with the sigh...

Falko's right, we must have read about those httpd virtual host warnings hundreds of times now! Come on people, please search for and read related threads before you post about your issues. Both Falko and Till have answered this question many times now.

All of the answers are here if you look for them...

This is superb software and a fantastic community, thank you guys!

darinpeterson 5th April 2013 20:57

I would be more than happy to do this, RSInfotech. Will you please point me to the first forums posting for this question?

RSInfotech 5th April 2013 21:32

My case in point: simply search for 'virual hosts', there are lots of posts about it, it's even discussed in the sticky for 3.0.5.2. but ultimately, it isn't even an issue!

Most people seem to have noticed this since the latest upgrade but I've been running ISPConfig on a CentOS server since 2008 with these warnings and it isn't an issue...


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