Discussion in 'General' started by till, Sep 26, 2007.
You should have at least 250MB of free space, probably a bit more.
The update procede perfectly on my Debian Etch server.
Installation went smooth in my 32 BIT 6.06 Ubuntu Server
Thks to all the team
Also here the update went fine and without problems. thx
I have problems to install ispconfi 2.2.17 in Debian Etch (AMD 64Bits).
First lines of errors:
/tmp/cc2z1uga.s: Assembler messages:
/tmp/cc2z1uga.s:431: Error: Incorrect register `%rax' used with `l' suffix
/tmp/cc2z1uga.s:439: Error: Incorrect register `%rbx' used with `l' suffix
/tmp/cc2z1uga.s:459: Error: Incorrect register `%rdx' used with `l' suffix
/tmp/cc2z1uga.s:460: Error: Incorrect register `%rbx' used with `l' suffix
Any idea ??
Update isn't working. I see the following message and nothing more happens:
Dateien werden vorbereitet. Bitte warten Sie einen Moment...
Make sure that you have enough free space on your harddisk, especially about 250 MB in /root. Then delete all files and folders in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/temp/ except of the webmail folder.
Before you try to start the update again, run the command:
to make sure that the installer starts in update mode.
Thanks, it worked. Can I delete /eoot/ispconfig after the update? What is it used for?
This directory contains the server part of ISPConfig.
Okay, I suppose you meant : "/root/ispconfig"
Yes, that's right.
delete me, false alarm
Upgraded without prblem, but without control panel!?
I have two problems:
1) I have upgraded ISPConfig from 2.2.9 to 2.2.17 in my debain 3.1 (sarge) without any hitches and this time it is so smooth that I needn't redo the things like the certificate and so on. The evolution of ISPConfig is awesome!
But after the upgrade, I could not access to ISPConfig control panel nor to the base domain using a browser. But all other sites were working without any hitches ;-)
2) I want to upgrade the MySQL from 4.0.9 to 4.1.x in the same machine, but I was just wondering that works fine in debian sarge 3.1? I am worried whether such manual upgrade is likely to conflict with ISPconfig?
Have you tried to restart ISPConfig?
This *should* work without problems (as long as you use the official Debian packages), but you never know. You should do a backup before you try the upgrade.
dot-deb or official debian?
Thank you for information, Falko. But in this post:
You advised to use the dotdeb pacakges for sarge. Yes? or the scenario changed since the post of your reply (23 Jan 2007)?
Thanks in advance!
Following your suggestion, I tried to install mysql-server-4.1 using apt-get in Debian sarge, but I am wondering it tried to install a world of packages (including mysql-server-5.0). Is it normal? See the output below:
# apt-get install mysql-server-4.1
Reading Package Lists... Done
Building Dependency Tree... Done
The following extra packages will be installed:
busybox coreutils gcc-4.1-base klibc-utils libc6 libc6-dev libgcc1 libklibc libmysqlclient15off libncurses5 libreadline5 libselinux1 libsepol1 libstdc++6 libvolume-id0 locales
lsb-base module-init-tools mysql-client mysql-client-5.0 mysql-server mysql-server-5.0 readline-common tzdata
glibc-doc mysql-doc tinyca
The following packages will be REMOVED:
base-config initrd-tools kernel-image-2.6-686 kernel-image-2.6.8-2-686
The following NEW packages will be installed:
busybox gcc-4.1-base klibc-utils libklibc libmysqlclient15off libselinux1 libsepol1 libstdc++6 libvolume-id0 lsb-base mysql-client-5.0 mysql-server-4.1 mysql-server-5.0
The following packages will be upgraded:
coreutils libc6 libc6-dev libgcc1 libncurses5 libreadline5 locales module-init-tools mysql-client mysql-server
10 upgraded, 15 newly installed, 4 to remove and 245 not upgraded.
Need to get 51.0MB of archives.
After unpacking 41.5MB of additional disk space will be used.
Do you want to continue? [Y/n]
When I checked the package list, even after I upgraded ISPConfig 2.2.17, there are still php4 packages. I am just wondering whether I need both php4 and php5? I do not see any rationale. In case I remove php4 using apt-get remove, will it affect ISPConfig? Please see the pacakge list:
ii mysql-client 4.0.24-10sarge mysql database client binaries
ii mysql-common 5.0.32-7etch1 mysql database common files (e.g. /etc/mysql
ii mysql-server 4.0.24-10sarge mysql database server binaries
ii php4 4.3.10-16 server-side, HTML-embedded scripting languag
ii php4-cli 4.3.10-16 command-line interpreter for the php4 script
ii php4-common 4.3.10-16 Common files for packages built from the php
ii php4-curl 4.3.10-16 CURL module for php4
ii php4-dev 4.3.10-16 Files for PHP4 module development
ii php4-domxml 4.3.10-16 XMLv2 module for php4
ii php4-gd 4.3.10-16 GD module for php4
ii php4-imap 4.3.10-16 IMAP module for php4
ii php4-ldap 4.3.10-16 LDAP module for php4
ii php4-mcal 4.3.10-16 MCAL calendar module for php4
ii php4-mhash 4.3.10-16 MHASH module for php4
ii php4-mysql 4.3.10-16 MySQL module for php4
ii php4-odbc 4.3.10-16 ODBC module for php4
ii php4-pear 4.3.10-16 PEAR - PHP Extension and Application Reposit
ii php4-xslt 4.3.10-16 XSLT module for php4
Since it is a production server, I cannot just mess with it without having the ISPconfig expert developers' opinion!
Do you use Debian Sarge or Etch? If it's Sarge, you can use the dotdeb packages because MySQL 5 is not available for Sarge (unless things have changed in the meantime).
Do you currently use PHP4? Then I'd install/update PHP4 only, not PHP5.
Separate names with a comma.