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Patch details?

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

  1. Zevo

    Zevo Guest

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    I see in my updates for Plesk 7.5.4 that there are patches (or perhaps updates is more appropriate) for various items. After the update from .3 to .4, I had a few problems I don't wish to repeat. Patching is fine, but I don't want bugs to stack on other bugs if the fix isn't a fix to anything I need. Does anyone know where I might find out this information prior to the update? I would think there would have to be some sort of change log somewhere?
     
  2. bartje3

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    Hi,

    The base-package patch is:

    psa-hotfix-7.5.4-fc2.build75050926.17.i586.rpm - installed
    psa-bu-7.5.4-fc2.build75050926.17.i586.rpm

    The AppVault patch is:

    phpBB-2.0.17-7508.noarch.rpm - updated older package phpBB
    phpBB dissapeared from my ApplVault-list - HELP !!!

    The Spamassassin patch is:

    psa-spamassassin-7.5.4-fc2.build75050927.15.i586.rpm

    The additional Horde components:

    psa-turba-2.0.3-fc2.build75050926.17.noarch.rpm

    Watchdog is also patched, but I have already uninstalled, I prefer SIM.

    Bart
     
  3. Pagemakers

    Pagemakers Silver Pleskian

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    I've lost PHPBB too!
     
  4. bartje3

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    I've looked into /usr/local/psa/var/cgitory and there it's missing, the old phpBB was deleted there, but not replaced.

    Then I looked into the temp psa install dir: /psa/psa7.5.4/rpm_FedoraCore_2/opt/vault THERE it is ! When I check the installation it tells me that the package is already installed.

    When I do a locate phpBB I get back that 2.0.17 is installed in the psa/var/cgitory directory but I cannot see it ??? Is this a ghost file ?

    In the psa database I also couln'd find an entry for phpBB.

    FOUND: The rpm links to install-dir /opt/psa/var/cgitory

    I'll try to change that and reinstall.

    Bart
     
  5. bartje3

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    just removed the installation (rpm -e phpBB)

    - deleteted the dir /opt/psa (which doesn't belong there and was made by the buggy install.

    - tried to edit the rpm, but that gaves me a MD5 error, so I deleted it (in case they have fixed it later)

    - installed the previsious rpm -Uvh phpBB-2.0.17-7505.noarch.rpm

    Now it is back in Plesk.

    Bart
     
  6. Pagemakers

    Pagemakers Silver Pleskian

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    I have written to Plesk tech Support for a response.

    I'll keep you updated.
     
  7. Zevo

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    Greetings,

    I think my question was misunderstood. What I want to know is what has changed (what was resolved, added, modified or addressed in order to make this build worth installing). I'm not going to risk a buggy application if whatever has been addressed isn't valuable to me or my clients.

    Example:
    Watchdog - fixed an error which caused qmail to shut down unexpectedly.

    or

    Plesk 7.5.4 v.2 - Plesk core components:
    added - domain parking
    fixed - bug one
    fixed - bug two
    fixed - bug three
    ..

    To assume that whatever is being given to me is in the best interests of me and my client base without having more to go on is naive. Since I am hopeful that the creators of Plesk are not that naive, I assume they have a changelog somewhere where I can see this information?
     
  8. Pagemakers

    Pagemakers Silver Pleskian

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    Zevo - This is what I want too.
     
  9. JLChafardet

    JLChafardet Regular Pleskian

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    Update to 7.5.4

    What's new in Plesk v.7.5.4 build 75050928.18
    ==============================================
    [-] Dr. Web starting causes qmail-queue to loose suid bit
    [-] Sheduled Backups reset last timestamp
    [-] Proftpd problem with group owner during file uploading
    [-] Spam mail isn't deleted/marked
    [-] Spamassassin corrupted by Watchdog
    [-] Value for checkbox 'WWW-prefix' missed if domain administrator changes
    properties of the account
    [-] Wrong permissions for /var/qmail/bin/qmail-queue after start/stop of
    Drweb.
    [-] Plesk does not recognize main IP
    [*] Germany LP for watchdog is updated
    [-] phpBB issue is fixed


    release of 7.5.4
    What's new in Plesk v.7.5.4 build 75050824.12
    ==============================================
    [+] 1. User interface rewritten in PHP5
    [+] 2. Spamassassin 3.0 is now supported
    [+] 3. Plesk Migration Manager can migrate resellers and user templates from Confixx platforms,
    [+] 4. Fourth level subdomains can now be created and served by Plesk.
    [+] 5. Ability to manage access to the control panel for Plesk clients (separate permission manageable through the control panel).
    [+] 6. Plesk Migration Manager can now migrate skeletons,
    [+] 7. Plesk Migration Manager can now migrate domain templates,
    [+] 8. Plesk Migration Manager can now migrate domains along with domain templates,
    [+] 9. Plesk Migration Manager can now migrate Spamassassin settings
    [+] 10. Plesk Migration Manager can now migrate custom buttons
    [+] 11. Plesk Migration Manager can now migrate Tomcat applications
    [+] 12. Command Line Interface includes a new utility for managing domain templates
    [+] 13. Command Line Interface includes a new utility for managing Tomcat applications
    [+] 14. Command Line Interface includes a new utility for managing mailserver
    [+] 15. Ability to change site application properties through API RPC
    [+] 16. Ability to retrieve the content of client accounts/domains by login name through API RPC
    [+] 17. AE integration with API RPC is now supported
    [+] 18. Plesk supports Coldfusion 7.0
    [+] 19. API to change hostname
    [+] 20. Support for long (up to 63 characters) database names
    [+] 21. Enhanced disk usage information
    [+] 22. Multivolume backups
    [+] 23. Improved statistics
    [*] 24. Shell access permission management simplified
    [+] 25. Skeletons support new archive types: tar, tar.gz, tgz
    [-] 26. Domain template names can now be unique
    [*] 27. Cosmetic changes in Session settings
    [*] 28. The same login name can be used for authorization of Client and Domain Administrator without any collisions.
    [*] 29. Optimization of memory usage by Psadump utility
    [+] 30. PHP with additionally compiled modules in Standard builds
    [+] 31. You can specify which domains to skip during backup
    [+] 32. Plesk Clients can have access to API RPC for managing/reselling domains
    [*] 33. Spamassassin Trainer improved
    [*] 34. Site Applications can be installed to the document root
    [+] 35. System Monitoring Module is shipped with Plesk
    [+] 36. Battlefield 1942 Game Server Module is shipped with Plesk
    [-] 37. API-RPC related issues resolved: API-RPC returns the domain status correctly, and Apache ASP and custom error documents are now handled properly.
    [+] 38. New operating systems supported: RedHat EL 4, Fedora Core 3, SuSE Linux 9.3, SuSE Linux 9.3 (AMD64), Ubuntu Linux 5.04
    [+] 39. On fresh installations of Plesk, virtual hosts will reside in /var/www directory in compliance with the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard.
    [+] 40. The Auto-installer utility is now shipped as a separate Plesk component, so that it can be easily upgraded using the Auto-installer console utility or Plesk Updater function of the control panel.
     
  10. Zevo

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    JLChafardet ~ That is exactly what I was looking for. Is there a URL for this information that maintains ongoing updates by chance, or is this something you prepared for our benefit?

    Either way, thanks.
     
  11. jamesyeeoc

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  12. Pagemakers

    Pagemakers Silver Pleskian

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    I have build 75050824.12 installed. When I go to the CP updater is shows that my system is up to date.

    Why does it not find: 75050928.18 Is this not on the CP updater yet?
     
  13. jamesyeeoc

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    Do an 'rpm -qa |grep 'psa-' and see if you have multiple psa-locale-base-en versions installed. There was another post I glanced at earlier today which showed he had 2 different versions installed
     
  14. Pagemakers

    Pagemakers Silver Pleskian

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    Plesk Support told me this morning...

    "Build 75050928.18 has minor changes in comparison to 75050824.12. So, there is actually no need to update your installation."
     
  15. Cranky

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    That's correct. You only need to upgrade if the following are causing you problems:

    What's new in Plesk v.7.5.4 build 75050928.18
    ==============================================
    [-] Dr. Web starting causes qmail-queue to loose suid bit
    [-] Sheduled Backups reset last timestamp
    [-] Proftpd problem with group owner during file uploading
    [-] Spam mail isn't deleted/marked
    [-] Spamassassin corrupted by Watchdog
    [-] Value for checkbox 'WWW-prefix' missed if domain administrator changes
    properties of the account
    [-] Wrong permissions for /var/qmail/bin/qmail-queue after start/stop of
    Drweb.
    [-] Plesk does not recognize main IP
    [*] Germany LP for watchdog is updated
    [-] phpBB issue is fixed
     
  16. Pagemakers

    Pagemakers Silver Pleskian

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    Yea.

    Sadly 75050824.12 has the buggy PHPBB install and 75050928.18 fixes that.

    However the CP updater doesn't show another upgrade because Plesk think it's too minor.

    If you have the 75050824.12 PHPBB problem you just have to manually re-install PHPBB yourself.
     
  17. jamesyeeoc

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    My 2 cents...

    Personally I'd be concerned with at least these 2 items on any of my servers:

    [-] Spam mail isn't deleted/marked
    [-] Plesk does not recognize main IP

    If I were to use DrWeb (which I refuse to do) I might want those fixes as well.
     
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