ISPconfig on Ubuntu: Upgrading Breezy to Dapper

Discussion in 'General' started by Clogboy, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. Clogboy

    Clogboy New Member

    Hi there,

    Does anyone have experience with upgrading Ubuntu Breezy to Dapper on a live system running ISPconfig?

    I've got ISPconfig running on Breezy, but am a bit worried that upgrading Ubuntu might cause problems with ISPconfig.

    Has anyone gone through the upgrade and has good or bad experience with this?
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    I've not tried this update yet, but I can give you some general hints.

    1) ISPConfig is relatively robust concerning operating system updates. I'am doing debian updates (apt-get update, not dist-upgrade) on my ISPConfig system regularily and never had problems with that.

    What may happen is that apt replaces some config files during update, so ist wise to make a backup of /etc/. The most interesting files are your postfix file and the apache2.conf file, where the ISPConfig installer has added some lines at the end of the file. If they where overridden by the update, copy them from the old config files to the new files.
  3. Clogboy

    Clogboy New Member

    Thanks for your input Till.

    Anyone else who is able to share their experience?

    Any input is much appreciated
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

  5. Svenna

    Svenna New Member

    Any luck with the upgrade Clogboy? Thinking about doing it myself.
  6. Clogboy

    Clogboy New Member

    Hi Svenna, I haven't been game enough yet to try it on the production server. Currently$I'm busA migratqng a lo\ of sitos/users(from an<old Cob!lt platform to the ISPconfig platform. Once that is all done I will set up an Ubuntu Breezer + ISPconfig platform in VMware and test th` upgrado. If th9t all gjes smoo>hly I wAll do i on theôproduction server.
  7. Svenna

    Svenna New Member

    Any news on the upgrade Clogboy?

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