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Old 23rd January 2006, 12:15
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Hello to everyone in this forum. I'm from Bulgaria and a newbie in administration world. That's why I need some help with a little problem with filesystem on Server installation of Ubuntu 5.10 Breezy... OK, I made all steps in ISP 5.10 guide, but after this command "shutdown -r now" I discover that the server crashed. After reboot the OS tells me that the filesystem of hard disk (9.2GB Western Digital under reiserfs) is set to read only And of course before that I tried to configure 2 nics (Realtek 8139) with two ip addresses - one real and one for local network (10.10.1.xxx). I saw that the 2 nics started in half-duplex mode... I tried to connect to the server through SSH but the nic with real IP doesn't responds... the second nic too At the moment I have installed all things from the guide, but haven't real working machine... without nics and writeable hard disk I... just want some help for this problems. Sorry for my poor English... This is my first post in professional int. forum.
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Old 23rd January 2006, 14:04
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Where you asked during bootup sequence to repair your filesystem?

Normally a filesystem is mounted readyonly during boot process when the filesystem has crashed ynd cannot be repaired automatically. You can also try to reboot again, maybe the automatic repair can fix the problems.
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Old 24th January 2006, 23:56
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Autorepair I saw that under ext3 the system crashes too... I can log on the system but the prompt is that:

root@none

After correct restart all is ok... (some editing in /etc/fstab) but for now the whole process that I made (step by step 5.10 Ubunto ISP) is wrong. Nothing works... there be only started and working Apache2 Postfix and Quotas (with some errors). For now I'm scared to make some changes to configure the server for it's full capabilities I don't know what could happens after some play with shell Ooops, I forgot... I saw that ISPConfig installation has undocumented options. And errors too. OK, I'll try to make this - after every single step I record the output of the commands. It's not hard, but you may be shocked when see every error. Hmmm, some Putty log file will be excellent decision for showing the all broken install process. Just tell me how to post the file in the forum

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Old 25th January 2006, 07:19
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Autorepair I saw that under ext3 the system crashes too...
It seems as if your hard disk is broken...

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Just tell me how to post the file in the forum
Just post the content here.
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Old 25th January 2006, 14:53
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No, the hard disk is not broken... Before I install Ubuntu I check it under Windows XP for bad sectors. For everything is fine... only when I type trafmeter.new.bg in the browser nothing happens. I'm sure that yesterday the Apache2 is working... but when I type IP address instead of domain name I enter in Apache2 rootdir, where are "webalizer" and "sharedip" folders. I open "sharedip" and found that:

http://213.145.104.19/sharedip/
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Old 25th January 2006, 15:04
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Have you created a website for trafmeter.new.bg in ISPConfig with the IP: 213.145.104.19 ?
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Old 25th January 2006, 15:12
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Have you created a website for trafmeter.new.bg in ISPConfig with the IP: 213.145.104.19 ?
Yes, of course..in our DNS server... now I start the 5th ./setup of ISPConfig... for now there are some warnings. Nothing unusual
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Old 25th January 2006, 15:20
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Why did you reinstall ISPConfig? If you created the website in ISPConfig it must have been installed completely before
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Old 25th January 2006, 15:39
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I saw a comment that reiserfs doesn't support quotas After new fresh install of Ubuntu I just follow again every single step from the guide. Before minutes I saw these errors:

./setup line 974 (or something else - I forgot to make a logfile ) /etc/init.d/ispconfig_server no such file or directory

:Boring: I'm exhausted from this "cut and paste" walkthrough
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Old 25th January 2006, 15:44
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If you get errors from the ISPCOnfig setup script, please post all error messages you get.

Before you rerun the setup when it stopped, you must delete the directories:

rm -rf /home/admispconfig
rm -rf /root/ispconfig

and the install_isponfig directory and unpack the installer tar.gz file again.
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