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Old 19th July 2006, 13:06
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Am I reading this right? This is another install for a single bugfix?
If you mean this: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...1&postcount=16
you just need to replace the contents of the file.

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Also, I noticed launguage problems in places as well which I could live with. Some messages sort of like "Please fill in the 'Vorname' field".. half english, half german
Where exactly?
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Old 24th July 2006, 12:58
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Default Update 2.2.3 -> 2.2.5 does not work

Hi,
as said in the upgrade instructions one should upgrade from 2.2.3 to 2.2.5 directly, thus avoiding the fault in 2.2.4. But this does not work for me. The installer first kills the mysql daemon and then complains about it. restarting the mysqldaemon does not help since the installer stops it again and then complains about it again.......
Any ideas, ignore the direct 2.2.5 upgrade and run both, the 2.2.4 and then the 2.2.5??

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Old 24th July 2006, 13:02
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Hi,
as said in the upgrade instructions one should upgrade from 2.2.3 to 2.2.5 directly, thus avoiding the fault in 2.2.4. But this does not work for me. The installer first kills the mysql daemon and then complains about it. restarting the mysqldaemon does not help since the installer stops it again and then complains about it again.......
Any ideas, ignore the direct 2.2.5 upgrade and run both, the 2.2.4 and then the 2.2.5??
This problem is not related to the fact that you skipped one version number, it does not make any difference if you install 2.2.4 first.

Is this the first update on this server or did prior updates work?
Which linux distribution do you use?
Does the start / stop script for your mysql database in /etc/ini.d works correctly if you use it manually?
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This problem is not related to the fact that you skipped one version number, it does not make any difference if you install 2.2.4 first.

Is this the first update on this server or did prior updates work?
Which linux distribution do you use?
Does the start / stop script for your mysql database in /etc/ini.d works correctly if you use it manually?
Hi Till,
linux is Mandriva 2006 (install sees that corectly)
/etc/init.d/mysqld start / stop works (but it is init.d not ini.d as you qoute (typo?))
I had the same problem when directly updatting from 2.2.1 to 2.2.3. Solved that by first upgrading to 2.2.2 and then to 2.2.3.
Hope that answers your questions?

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I had this problem, just stop mysql and then try again.
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I had this problem, just stop mysql and then try again.
Yep,
That solved it (but it remains weird... and should be looked into)

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You might have to put a sleep 3 into MySQL's init script. I had a similar issue with CentOS 4.3: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_centos_4.3_p4
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Question Installing over ISPConfig 2.11

Hello!

I'm on a prod. server, and willing to install 2.25 over 2.11. Can update be done simply as over newer versions? What should I backup before starting the process not to loose user data. (I suggest: ISPConfig database, /root/ispconfig, and /home/admispconfig, any others?) If install fails can I restore the original state by simply copying files to their original places?
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Hello!

I'm on a prod. server, and willing to install 2.25 over 2.11. Can update be done simply as over newer versions?
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What should I backup before starting the process not to loose user data. (I suggest: ISPConfig database, /root/ispconfig, and /home/admispconfig, any others?)
Thats sufficient. Make sure you backup the files including permissions e.g. with "tar pcfz ....."

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If install fails can I restore the original state by simply copying files to their original places?
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Default 2.11 -> 2.25 succeeded

Thank you! I have succesfully upgraded my ISPConfig installation. Thanks a lot!
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