Hello, I have a server that should be a "Perfect Server Wheezy, Apache, PHP" edition. I am attempting to upgrade to Jessie to stay in compliance. I have tried three times so far following various tutorials found on this site and others. My first try I couldn't get it to reboot after the upgrade. This was actually following the Debian site's upgrade. Since I use iSPConfig I started digging through the site and found the tutorial and this mini how-to: https://www.howtoforge.com/communit...fig3-debian-wheezy-to-jessie-in-openvz.70071/ So for my second attempt I used these. My first problem was that attempting to install sysvinit with the Wheezy repositories, it can't find the package. So I changed the repositories to Jessie to install this and uninstall systemd and fail2ban. After going through the update, Apache wouldn't start. I figured it might be because of the need to reconfigure services with the manual update of ISPconfig. Well so I did that and I was not able to log into my ISPconfig dashboard. I got no HTTP error message, just a couldn't contact error. When I did the Apache2 config test I would get an error about a syntax issue on line 140 of the apache2.conf file. So I did some changes until I got it right. I also had some cloudflare.load syntax issues but no joy there. I still couldn't get into my dashboard. Should I have rebooted again? I just restarted apache2 by "/etc/init.d/apache2 restart" One clarification needed for the Tutorial for Wheezy to Jessie, do we keep existing config files or let them update it? I read in place (which I can't find now) that yes go ahead a change them. Then I read another post (till's) that says don't change them. That doing the ISPconfig update would fix them. I tried both ways. Monday I did the changing them and Tuesday I didn't change them. Same problem, can't get ISPconfig dashboard to come up. Tuesday's attempt at update ISPconfig stopped when it couldn't find /var/run/mysqld/ socket and wouldn't log into mysql. So I went to the Perfect Server instructions for Jessie and found the install for mysql. Once I installed it I got it to finish re-configuring services. But still couldn't get into ISPconfig dashboard. Should I have rebooted here? I tried to find the "before you post" type post to see what I needed to put in this thread for information. I attempted to run the htf script last night and it couldn't find one of the files. At that point it was getting too late and so I just reload the snapshot and went to bed. Can you guys give me some more commands and scripts to test out to help me figure out what I need to do for this upgrade? (Oh FYI I have ISPProtect also) Thanks in advance.