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Problems after updating to 7.5.3

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by mutsch, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. mutsch

    mutsch Guest

    I just tried to update to 7.5.3 (base package only).
    Plesk didn't came back after more than 20 minutes and couldn't been reached via the admin frontend. I restarted apache but obviously httpd.include was not correct so no domains could be accessed.

    I set back the httpd.include to httpd.include.bak which was still there. Ok, now I can access my server again and I also got a mail that the update didn't succeed due to some error.

    Now back in Plesk I try to go back to the Update section to check what's on the system (a lot of updates obviously already took place according to the email log) but now I get a dialog in the updater settings that says someting like:

    How can I get the Updater back to work and what went wrong in the first place? The last log message in the email log is

    Any idea or help. Thx.
  2. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    Did you check to see if any partitions ran out of space??
  3. mutsch

    mutsch Guest


    I didn't mention that:

    looks good to me. hda1 is the swap space right?

  4. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    Actually, it says 'Mounted on' = '/', so it looks as if you have run out of room on your primary partition. Which would include /boot and /root
  5. mutsch

    mutsch Guest

    Ups, I see. Not good.

    Not sure what I can do about that. I checked the partition but I don't see what i can delete in here. Why is the boot partition so small. I am using the standard config I got on the server.

    Any Idea why the updater doesn't work anymore? Can I somehow reset it to get back to normal? Do you what info file the updater is referring to?

    In the update setting the actual url of the update server is missing. Not sure if that was the case befor.
  6. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

    First solve the out of space problem. Look in /root/psa for old version directories. There has to be something you can get rid of to free up some space.

    As to why it was so small in the first place, you would have to ask the company which set it up initially.
  7. mutsch

    mutsch Guest

    Thanks for the support so far.

    I deleted 7.5.1. Didn't touch 7.5.2 and 7.5.3 as the installation is somwhere in the middle i guess. Or can I even delete those because it's a tmp dir?

    Good, at least the updater is now working again. Any recommendation for starting the 7.5.3 update again?