ISPConfig 3.0.3 released

Discussion in 'General' started by till, Oct 6, 2010.

  1. Hans

    Hans Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    It might be a database permission issue indeed (as we discussed earlier, during upgrading my system) but i can not see any stats on the master AND slave server as well.
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Have you selected to reconfigure services during update? (not database permissions, which is a different option that we talked about).
  3. Hans

    Hans Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    I thought so Till, but iḿ not so sure.
    I accepted the default options i think but as you know i did not redefine the db permissions.

    I must say sometimes for some sites the stats appear for a short moment but the values are changing in "B" again. I use journaled quota on all servers.
  4. Sinchan

    Sinchan New Member

    hi all,
    my server is still using ispconfig
    can i do automatic update to ispconfig 3.0.3 without update to ispconfig first ?
    Thank you in advance
  5. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, you can update directly to 3.0.3
  6. Toucan

    Toucan Member

    Slave Server permissions

    I updated the slave first and then the master.

    I'm getting these warnings on the slave mirror:

    Using phpmyadmin 'ispcsrv2'@'' has usage only permissions. Is this correct?


  7. Nikola

    Nikola Member

  8. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Have you selected to update the database permissions on the slave and master when you installed the update?
  9. Toucan

    Toucan Member

    I accepted the defaults on the upgrade script, which I don't think did opt to reconfigure permissions. If you thinkthis is the issue is there a way I can run the configuration script again?
  10. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Please redo the update on the slave by following the manual update instructions that are found in the release notes (first post of this thread) and then select to reconfigure permissions during update.
  11. Toucan

    Toucan Member


    Thanks, I 'think' that has done the trick. The warning log has 68 pages of these warnings though, how do i clear the log to check to make sure no new ones come please?
  12. Toucan

    Toucan Member

    This is driving me crazy, I'm trying to get rid of 68 pages of warning pages for a problem that is no longer there. I'm thinking the log i need to clear is in /var/log as when I renamed this to something else the problem went away, which log is it i need to remove or clear ?
  13. drewb0y

    drewb0y Member

    In running from an installed 3.0.3 RC1 server I get the following
    There are no updates available for ISPConfig 3.0.3
    Should I run the update manually? I do not want to miss any new features added since RC1.

    Also what is the suggested method to clear out the log files if you want to start fresh? Monitor shows my system log as 11873 pages and does not seem to be updating.

    Should i just use > logfilename

    or logrotate?

  14. Nicram

    Nicram Member

    Yes, update mnual instructions are for You.
    About logfiles i would recoomend You lgo rotation uslong newsyslog or syslog (depend on Your OS). It may rotate logs if they got specified size, or at specified time etc.
  15. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The logfiles created by ispconfig get rotated by ispconfig automatically, especially as the system log is not a file, its a database table. You should check your server settings and ensure that you selected loglevel "Error" and not Debug. The Dubug setting should only be used on development systems and when you try to find a config problem but not as regular logging setting.
  16. drewb0y

    drewb0y Member

    Ok, that makes sense. I just got tired of seeing in the Monitor "errors in log file" when they are days old.

    Any chance of adding a "Clear All Events" option in the interface?

  17. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    This is already a feature request in the bugtracker. But normally you never get any errors, so if you have errors, then there is a problem with your setup and you shpuld fix that.
  18. drewb0y

    drewb0y Member

    I have actually fixed all of the errors now. I also manually deleted the error records through the interface after filtering to only show the errors. There were only 10 or so.

    The warnings however are another story. There are a ton of them, and they are all from at least a week ago. Many duplicate warnings for a database error which has been resolved and a network misconfiguration which has also been resolved.

    Next question is, should I just wait until all these warnings rotate out? What is the log rotation schedule? I know that I could also try to figure out how to make a query to remove the offending warnings, but that is a little outside of my expertise.

    I think for now I will just be satisfied with no errors and warnings that are a week old.

    Thanks for the great work and assistance Till and others!
  19. itanium

    itanium Member


    Same problem here. i checked permission on database. Try on test server to update ispconfig with php -q update.php and nothing on master or slave. Always a "B"
  20. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Make sure that you selected to reconfigure permission records during update. If you have not selected yes for that question, then there might be problems with master slave connection. Please redo the update then by following the manaul update instructions described in the first post.

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