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Panel re-install fail after PHP upgrade to 5.3

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by MosheB, May 5, 2012.

  1. MosheB

    MosheB Guest

    I'm running a VPS Centos machine and upgraded from PHP 5.1 to 5.3. The upgrade process included removal of the older PHP version and installation of the newer one.
    Apparently, and I didn't notice it, the PHP 5.1 removal also removed some Plesk related files:
    May 04 16:58:29 Erased: psa-libxml-proxy
    May 04 16:58:29 Erased: psa-turba
    May 04 16:58:46 Erased: psa-spamassassin

    All in all it's a deletion of about 17 files.

    I donwloaded the Plesk installer, but whenever I try to run it, it responds with (and no install process initialized):
    You have Plesk v 10.13.4 installed.
    Please, use Parallels installer from Web Interface or CLI

    Of course there's no web interface because of the deletion above.

    So what I'm asking is how do I make sure the old Plesk is fully removed from the system? How do I remove it from whatever is used to notify the installer there's actually a working living installation?
    Where is the default install directory? Maybe it still exists and requires to be deleted?

    Looking forward to your help as I'm quite hopeless and clueless currently.