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domain problem?

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by Eric Hout, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. Eric Hout

    Eric Hout Guest

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    Hi,

    When creating a new domain, the following error is thrown on screen.
    What's going on and does anyone know how to fix this?

    it's Plesk 9.2.1 and really have nothing but trouble with it

    here comes:
    ERROR: PleskFatalException


    Unable to load object of type Notification with id=2: Notification: unable to select: no such row in the table

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    0: common_func.php3:3126
    objectMakerEx(string 'Notification', integer '2')
    1: NotificationManager.php:59
    NotificationManager->addNotification(integer '2', array)
    2: notifications.php:54
    notificationsEventListener->handleEvent(string 'domain', integer '4', string 'domain_create', array, array)
    3: :
    call_user_func_array(array, array)
    4: InterfacesManager.php:112
    InterfacesManager::callImpls(string 'EventListener', string 'handleEvent', array)
    5: class.ActionLog.php:799
    ActionLog->callEventListeners()
    6: class.ActionLog.php:680
    ActionLog->submit()
    7: class.PhDomain.php:624
    PhDomain->update()
    8: class.BsDomain.php:347
    BsDomain->update()
    9: DomainPropertiesUIPointer.php:266
    DomainPropertiesUIPointer->accessItem_create(string 'POST')
    10: DomainPropertiesUIPointer.php:59
    DomainPropertiesUIPointer->accessItem(string 'POST', NULL null)
    11: UIPointer.php:596
    UIPointer->access(string 'POST')
    12: plesk.php:38
     
  2. Michael neese

    Michael neese Guest

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    Is this an upgrade to plesk 9.2.1? If so, did you use the plesk interface to upgrade or the ssh autoinstaller. If you use the ssh auto installer, be sure to selecy the php5 enhancements, possibly this was not included in an upgrade.
     
  3. Eric Hout

    Eric Hout Guest

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    Well, sort of... both :-D
    First tried an upgrade from the latest 8 version to 9, but since this went so incredibly wrng, I removed everything (darn dependencies :-( ) en reïnstalled from scratch version 9.2.1 . This took me some time but after manually changing things, the installer finally spoke the word "succeeded". However, things still seems to have gone strange since I manually had to alter locale settings in mysql for example. Plesk refused to start without it.

    Now things seem up and running, but I cannot add a domain as you see. This produces the aforementioned message.
     
  4. Eric Hout

    Eric Hout Guest

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    BTW, the message appears after having created a domain and pushing the update button to save the stuff.
     
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