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Minor Upgrades

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Pagemakers, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. Pagemakers

    Pagemakers Silver Pleskian

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    Is there any way we can find out what there 'minor' upgrades do?

    I upgraded 4 components via the CP today but I don't actually know what the fixes were for.
     
  2. bartje3

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  3. RexAdmin

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    Man asked for ChangeLog not changeRpm :).
     
  4. Whistler

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  5. jamesyeeoc

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    Wow, 4 hotfixes for FreeBSD, not even one for the other distros....

    Changelog is fairly short (with 1 duplicate DrWeb/qmail-queue should be considered same bug) for a month's time...
     
  6. bartje3

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    Hi,

    This is the output from the "base-package" fix:

    Preparing for packages installation...
    ----- begin of output -----
    Installing /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_FedoraCore_2/base/psa-hotfix-7.5.4-fc2.build75050926.17.i586.rpm
    Trying to replace files and set up right permissions... done
    Trying to fix Sitebuilder installation...
    Not need to fix
    done
    Installing /PSA_7.5.4/rpm_FedoraCore_2/opt/bu/psa-bu-7.5.4-fc2.build75050926.17.i586.rpm
    Generate public/private keys pair for server ...
    domain_bu: Server's keys pair already exists
    domain_bu: Server's keys pair already exists
    Server keys generating done

    But....I haven't seen "sitebuilder" in the changelog.

    This is probably this fix:

    mv /etc/httpd/conf.d/sitebuilder.conf /etc/httpd/conf/

    Bart
     
  7. jamesyeeoc

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    In the spirit of trying to be 'positive' I guess I should have commented that I do like seeing all [-] (bug fixes) in the list. I would rather have existing bugs fixed, rather than pressure them for new features at this time.
     
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