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Quick question - How do I roll-back Plesk RPMs?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by DeanW, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. DeanW

    DeanW Guest

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    I had a database error when upgrading between 6.0.2 and 7.5.2, but the RPMs were all installed... so the system doesn't work.

    I need to install 6.0.2 fresh and restore my psabackup.

    Is this as simple as rpm -e psa7.5.2* rpm and installing psa6.0.2 again, then restore?

    Thanks
     
  2. poke

    poke Guest

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    This might help..... I take no responability.... Make sure you bust out the old 6.x rpms... Hope this helps.......

    As desirable as an automated rollback of RPMs is, RPM has not supported this option until recently. To be fair, RPM has supported downgrading a set of packages. For instance, if you upgraded some RPM foo-1-1 to the version foo-1-2, you could use the --oldpackage switch with the rpm command to downgrade to a previous version; like this:

    # rpm -Uvh --oldpackage foo-1-1.i386.rpm
    Preparing... ################# [100%]
    Upgrading...
    1:foo ################# [100%]
     
  3. DeanW

    DeanW Guest

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    Got it sorted now. Uninstalled all PSA RPMs and did a fresh install of 6, restored my backup. Still failing on upgrade to 7.5.2 though..

    Thanks for the tips.
     
  4. poke

    poke Guest

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    what OS you using? All you are getting is a database error when you upgrade, but everything else works fine??


    -poke
     
  5. pwgen

    pwgen Guest

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    Hi there!

    try to upgrade the server to Plesk 7 first and then continue with Plesk 7.1 Reloaded and 7.5 Reloaded in order. This way is much safer..
     
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