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Plesk broken after upgrade

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by eudora, Sep 23, 2008.

  1. eudora

    eudora Guest

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    Hi to all,

    I have a plesk server in a Virtuozzo server. Some month ago, I upgrade my 8.3 version to 8.4, but it was the "early" version of 8.4, they broke my mail server and other stuff, it was a partial upgrade because the auto installer said that I have 8.4 version, but in the plesk panel shows 8.3. But plesk works in most cases.

    Now, with the new 8.6 version, I try to upgrade to see if the problems was solved, but when I finish the upgrade, I see any changes, and when I go to Server->Update, now shows that I use 8.3 version (with 8.4 & 8.6 versions pending install). But when I try to create a new email acount, or change a domain configuration, Virtuozzo panel shows me a error:


    When I push the botton, it shows the same pages, but the changes of plesk doesn't apply. The SMTP service is working correctly up to now.

    Any ideas?
    (this is the last time that I update a plesk panel)

    I attach the autoinstaller3.log
     

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  2. eudora

    eudora Guest

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    if I do:
    rpm -qa |grep psa-8
    psa-8.3.0-cos5.build83071218.19
    psa-8.6.0-cos5.build86080722.00
    psa-8.4.0-cos5.build84080425.19

    and the psa package:

    So... there is 3 versions of plesk intalled.... what I can do???
     
  3. webviva

    webviva Guest

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    try uninstalling 8.3 and 8.4
    rpm -e psa-8.3.0-cos5.build83071218.19
    rpm -e psa-8.4.0-cos5.build84080425.19

    and then repair rpm database
    rm -f /var/lib/rpm/__db.00*
    rpm -vv --rebuilddb
    and do a manual upgrade
    cd /root/psa/PSA_8.6.0/dist-rpm-SUSE.../base
    (replace dist-rpm-SUSE... for your own SO name, etc)
    and then force the installation
    rpm -Uvh * --force

    Look also to http://forum.swsoft.com/showthread.php?t=54842


    BE CAREFUL
    :)
     
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