Originally Posted by gavin
On my system, all db_ispconfig tables are still there (last update at 18h20 -- traffic data).
ls /tmp/*.gz output has two home_adminispconfig and root_ispconfig backups (last one from 10_11_2006 -- I think the date of the last update?)
Ok, you seem to have backups, but not the latest from todays update.
1) Make a copy of the backup files in a secure place outside the /tmp directory. There is also a file with the ending .sql that you will have to backup.
2) To restore a backup, copy the tar.gz files to /.
cp /tmp/home_admispconfig_10_11_2006__14_48_14.tar.gz /home_admispconfig_10_11_2006__14_48_14.tar.gz
cp /tmp/root_ispconfig_10_11_2006__14_48_14.tar.gz /root_ispconfig_10_11_2006__14_48_14.tar.gz
Then go to the / directory and unpack the backups:
tar xvfz /home_admispconfig_10_11_2006__14_48_14.tar.gz
tar xvfz /root_ispconfig_10_11_2006__14_48_14.tar.gz
3) Start ISPConfig:
and try if you can login to the interface and everything is working again.
If not, you will have to restore the .sql dump from the /tmp directory to the ISPConfig database.
4) Now make sure you have a c++ compiler installed and run the update again.