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Old 9th May 2007, 16:52
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I had a similar problem on debian - waited for ages for ispconfig installer to get going.

I realised that since I had turned on the automated backup mechanism, and my sites were too big for it - I had lots of 1.3 gig half-backed up temporary zip files in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/temp .

It was taking the installer ages to zip these up into a backup file - which it eventaully did (a 45gig zip!).

So the lesson is - clean out your temp file before upgrading!
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Old 26th October 2008, 14:21
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Last night installed on 3 servers, working like swiss watches ;-D Thanks boys a lot.
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The latest version is 2.2.27, so you should have installed that one instead of 2.2.7.
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The latest version is 2.2.27, so you should have installed that one instead of 2.2.7.

Yeah I've got 2.2.27 I just thanked in wrong post. However the update guide from this post worked for 2.2.27 as well.
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Just did a full update on my Debian etch13 without any probs

Regarding The long waiting when preparing files, i guess people just have to start the update and go make a cup of coffe instead of panicking
It quite logic that the more sites you have the longer its gonna take the system to compress the backup.

So either sit and stare at your monitor for 5 -> ~ minutes or learn to drink coffe

And be happy that it makes a backup, i bet it would be worse if something went wrong (wich it newer does) and no backup was there
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