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Old 24th November 2008, 13:32
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I'd try to install ISPConfig again over the existing installation. The installer will notice that it's an upgrade.
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Old 25th November 2008, 04:05
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Hi, Falko

I reinstalled, as you said, and it looks like the installer has fixed the problem.

Thanks a lot, as always.

If I can abuse you a little bit more, this reinstall procedure could be used as a kind of "cure all" settings?

I mean, I tried a few other steps before reinstalling, but the server owner was quite upset about this problem, and I decided to reinstall. Also, the server was quite new, having only 4 websites to be reconfigured in case something went wrong. In short, a very small risk of losing everything.

What if other sysadmin had these problems, is it advisable to do a reinstall, even on a server with hundreds of websites?
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Old 25th November 2008, 11:16
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What if other sysadmin had these problems, is it advisable to do a reinstall, even on a server with hundreds of websites?
What you did is not a reinstallation, it is the normal update procedure for ISPConfig which is able to correct also several errors. This can be used on all sizes of servers, it does not mater if you have 2 sites or 500 sites on the server.
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Old 25th November 2008, 11:21
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I just wanted to keep a note here for others with similar problems.
I've been using the server today, and no other problems appeared.

Thanks very much for your help and for this great piece of software
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