Just to re-cap....
Originally Posted by till
The issues that you describe are all caused by a incompatible setup which makes it impossible for the ispconfig installer to recognize the system components. For a correct setup, please read the perfect setup guides.
Till is absolutely correct, with the exception of the alias things everything else was due to install/distro issues so I take back my unjustified rant
Now my only outstanding issue is after upgrading everything to 184.108.40.206 using the update shell script.
The DNS server is switching between red and green in the monitor page. When it's red it tells me there is a problem in the system log.
When the status is green the error is still in the log but I notice that if I select memory/cpu/ANY stats for the DNS server:
No data about the memory usage available at the moment. Please check again later.
The error in the system log reads...
Replication failed. Error: (server) in mysql server: (localhost) Unknown column 'dbversion' in 'field list' # SQL: REPLACE INTO server
That's a little odd because I have checked the local and remote database and both server tables have the dbversion column.
I guess this was most likely caused by forgetting to update the dns server before updating the central server but that error should be clear now.it doesnt seem to cause any issues other than the warning in the monitor page. My zone file updates are going out as expected.
I also have something outstanding in the job queue for a few days
2011-02-10 21:31 cmname01.agrinet.co.uk Update server
Whether this is realted or not I don't know but I also notice after the upgrade that the servers listed in the monitor page do not always display their ISPConfig Database version.
Till, do you have any suggestions.