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CentOS Upgrades

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by hakkrdan, Feb 15, 2006.

  1. hakkrdan

    hakkrdan Guest

    Hello, all -

    I've been using Linux for quite a while, and know how to administer a server quite well. It's a daily practice for me.

    I haven't touched my CentOS 3.3 server running Plesk 7.5.4, in quite a while. It's been my experience that Plesk is very very picky about the underlying operating system, and I've had upgrades of the system itself (Apache, BIND, etc etc) actually break Plesk.

    I just wanted to know what everyone else thought about updating packages as part of the core system, and how PLesk should react. Ideally, of course, Plesk wouldn't react - it would simply do it's job independently, on top of what is already installed.

    If anyone could provide me with some feedback and experiences, I would greatly appreciate it. Like I said, I really do know what I'm doing, but I'm extremely hesitant about updating this machine, for fear of breaing Plesk.

  2. phoenixisp

    phoenixisp Silver Pleskian

    Feb 2, 2002
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    I have a few CentOS boxes and use ART's yum repo to update them. All of his work is done with Plesk in mind so you can feel safe.