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FreeBSD 6.x and Plesk 8.1.x - known issues

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by hansel, May 16, 2007.

  1. hansel

    hansel Guest

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    Hi,

    Currently we have several servers running FreeBSD 4.x / FreeBSD 6.x and Plesk 7.5.4. We are in the process of updating those servers to a freshly installed FreeBSD 6.2 server and migrating them directly to 8.1.1

    We did however find some issues, which seem to come bak on every migration.

    Seems to me more providers are having these same problems, and it sounds like a good idea to share these problems and sum them up in a complete list.

    Who's with me?

    First errors we encountered during migration from 7.5.4 to a freshly installed 8.1.1 machine:

    - rename /usr/local/psa/qmail/control/dhparam1024.pem to dh1024.pem
    - rename /usr/local/psa/qmail/control/dhparam512.pem to dh512.pem
    - webmail functional?
    - p5-Mail-SPF-Query needs to be installed:
    cd /usr/ports/mail/p5-Mail-SPF-Query
    make install distclean
    - rm -Rf /var/tmp
    - ln -s /tmp/ /var/tmp

    - in case of an upgrade on the same server from 7.5.4

    - Causing 'can not re-insert mail errors in log'

    chown drweb:qmail qmail-queue
    chown drweb:qmail qmail-queue.drweb
    chown qmailq:qmail qmail-queue.origin
    cp qmail-queue qmail-queue.bak
    cp qmail-queue.drweb qmail-queue
    /usr/local/etc/rc.d/qmail restart

    - Catchall mailaccounts not migrated (someone with a quick fix?)
    - On 1 server we found out the limits are not migrated, causing every clients and domain to have unlimited access (...).

    Please send your feedback and experiences!
     
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