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Old 9th July 2008, 10:40
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Default Instal ok but minor bug

Update to 2.2.24 ok on mandriva 2007.1

but Tools > Whois > info about domain .biz, select dont hold value when submit button is clicked and i dont get info about my domain. Is hosted on ispconfig, any idea where can i get log about whois action?
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Old 9th July 2008, 11:10
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There is no log about this. You might have to debug the whois php script directly.
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Old 9th July 2008, 11:59
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Default Update from ISPConfig 2.22 to 2.2.24 successful

I just successfully updated one Debian Etch server from ISPConfig 2.2.22 to 2.2.24. Later this week i will update my other server as well.

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There is a new tab for the cronjobs in the forms of the users.
does that mean there is a new interface now where we can implement cron jobs via ISPConfig? If so, where do we find it?

All I see right now is a check box which says cron job.
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Old 9th July 2008, 15:24
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Yes, there is a new interface and you quoted the description were you can find it
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I also notice some users on the Centos forums suggest a reboot before and/or after updating Centos, you think this is required?
1. You *have* to reboot *each* time a kernel is updated.
2. You *should* update regularly, not just from one major version to next major version. If you wait that long with updating you are asking for trouble. (Because of security holes that you don't fix and because an update from one major version to another may have a few more glitches than going with all the minor updates in-between.)
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I updated from 2.2.23 on CentOS 5.2. Just fine. I noticed that you don't reinvoke the certificate creation process and thus the certificate doesn't get replaced. Thank you. What gets replaced, though, are all the changes that I made with the form editor. This is all reset to the install default, which is a pity. Is there a way to backup these data and reapply after the update? I figure this might not be easy as there could be new forms/fields/values and if I reapply the backup the new functionality would get wiped from the interface. Anyway, if you have some idea how to achieve this I would be grateful for sharing. And, should I add this as a feature request either in this forum or on the bugtracker?
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what happends whit users logged on when doing upgrade?
Im running Debian 4 etch, i just download the update 2.2.24, and just untar it an run ./setup ?

is there any question under the upgrade?
do i have to reboot ore restart any services after the upgrade ?

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Old 9th July 2008, 18:27
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what happends whit users logged on when doing upgrade?
The server on port 81 is stopped. The other services are running during update.

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Im running Debian 4 etch, i just download the update 2.2.24, and just untar it an run ./setup ?
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is there any question under the upgrade?
yes.

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do i have to reboot ore restart any services after the upgrade ?
no.
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it was realy easy to do the upgrade, greate program =)

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