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7.5.2 Installation Failure

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by ZopfWare, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. ZopfWare

    ZopfWare Regular Pleskian

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    I'm getting the following error during installation:

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    Retrieving standard packages
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    Retrieving Plesk files
    52. Downloading http://autoinstall.plesk.com///PSA_7.5.2/rpm_FedoraCore_2/opt/vault/typo-3.7-7501.noarch.rpm (12 files to go)


    File download failed.
    Failed writing body
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    ===> Autoinstaller: stopped logging at Wed Feb 2 19:38:21 2005

    ***** end of log file *****


    It looks like a file the autoupdater is looking for is not there... anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. nige

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    ZopfWare

    File is definitely there because I've just downloaded it with my update. I'd retry the update process a few times in case it's just a comms glitch.

    Nige.
     
  3. ZopfWare

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    Still failing at various points with the same errors.. did notice though that the URL string for the files that are failing show

    http://autoinstall.plesk.com///PSA_...ileserver-1.0.0-fc2.build75050128.11.i586.rpm

    3 slashes after the plesk.com. Is this normal?? All the other files show only 2 slashes... I have called Plesk and they say to wait a bit and try later. I guess I'll go have some dinner and try it when I get back.

    Are you running FC2?

    Additionally it may be a comms problem, but would love to know if anyone else with 1and1 has upgraded yet...
     
  4. Whistler

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    My first guess would be: the serverload on people downloading the new Plesk release causes problems with bandwidht and/or serverload on Sw-Soft servers, so be patient and try again later when the initial load has decreased...
     
  5. nige

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