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fobicodam 25th September 2006 23:01

I cant believe it..
 
Ill choose to give a chance to 2.2.6... i dont know how to tell you that.. but... its running backwards... i cant do ANYTHING whitout touching the mysql database !!! everything keeps on state "n" forever !! what did you do with this version??? i was almost happy with 2.2.4 ! The recycle bin keeps "updating" for 7 or 8 minutes ! and it doesnt delete anything !! i need to get into the phpmyadmin to delete the records manually !! i cant give THAT to my clients !!! how can i uninstall it to install the bogus but functional 2.2.4 ????? :mad:

Hans 26th September 2006 05:44

I am not negative about version 2.2.6, but i have to confirm that i had problems with the recycle bins too in the same way you described.

Have a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...=delete+client

I also have to confirm that i had to delete some info manually via phpMyAdmin.
I think we must have a look at it.

Who else has this experience?

fobicodam 26th September 2006 13:56

No, its beyond there... i want to believe the problem is the CentOS 4.4... there is no /home/www folder, ispconfig logs are "weird"... i will try to install 4.3, i hope this version recognize the hard disks too...

Hans 26th September 2006 14:30

Hi Fobicodam,

Thanks for your reaction.
I thought that i recognised the behaviour of the recycle bin.

I think i do not have to worry, but i still can not declare why i had to remove items manually via phpMyadmin.
(By pressing the recycle bin, the items where not deleted).

Good luck with solving your problem.

fobicodam 26th September 2006 14:36

I guess my recycle bin doesnt clean itself because there werent (?) anything to delete... the info was just in the database, there were no www folder to delete..

till 26th September 2006 17:27

Quote:

Originally Posted by fobicodam
Ill choose to give a chance to 2.2.6... i dont know how to tell you that.. but... its running backwards... i cant do ANYTHING whitout touching the mysql database !!! everything keeps on state "n" forever !! what did you do with this version??? i was almost happy with 2.2.4 ! The recycle bin keeps "updating" for 7 or 8 minutes ! and it doesnt delete anything !! i need to get into the phpmyadmin to delete the records manually !! i cant give THAT to my clients !!! how can i uninstall it to install the bogus but functional 2.2.4 ????? :mad:

The releases from 2.2.4 to 2.2.6 contain only bugfixes, no major changes.

The recycle can never delete records with status "n", this is the same behaviour in 2.2.4 as well. The question is why the items remain in status 'n'? If the status is not set to "" (empty), then the writeconf script has not processed the items.

In most cases, the problem is a segfault in PHP:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3695

These segfaults seem to affect only some installations under redhat.

fobicodam 26th September 2006 17:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by till
The releases from 2.2.4 to 2.2.6 contain only bugfixes, no major changes.

The recycle can never delete records with status "n", this is the same behaviour in 2.2.4 as well. The question is why the items remain in status 'n'? If the status is not set to "" (empty), then the writeconf script has not processed the items.

In most cases, the problem is a segfault in PHP:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3695

These segfaults seem to affect only some installations under redhat.


Sorry, i cant take more risks here, ill install Windows.

Check your compatibility with CentOS 4.4.

falko 26th September 2006 18:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by fobicodam
Check your compatibility with CentOS 4.4.

ISPConfig does not support CentOS 4.4 yet.

fobicodam 26th September 2006 18:16

Yes, I see.. but im tired to give linux chances... i think ispconfig is a great software, too bad it doesnt run on Windows. Ill keep linux for php but "under your own risk" warning.

edge 26th September 2006 19:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by fobicodam
Sorry, i cant take more risks here, ill install Windows.

Check your compatibility with CentOS 4.4.

Make sure that you get a "Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA)" with it :-)

Quote:

The Microsoft Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA)
The Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA) enables service providers and ISVs with a hosted offering to license Microsoft products on a monthly basis to provide services and hosted applications to their end customers.
This is what me got to use Linux...
Besides the SPLA there is nothing wrong with Windows stuff!


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