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Ran Updater and now I cannot access panel

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by TonysDesigns, Aug 7, 2005.

  1. TonysDesigns

    TonysDesigns Guest

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    Hey peeps,

    Hopefully someone can help me here. Running 7.5 reloaded and I looked inside the updater section and saw there was an update. So..I ran the updater and POOF! No plesk access anymore. :( I get this popup when I try to login to Plesk: "The key that you are using is invalid for the product version
    you are running. To purchase a new key, blah blah blah"

    Here is a copy of the email I received after this happened:

    Here is the text file: http://www.makeuptalk.com/plesk-info.txt
     
  2. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    So did you check this log for the error reason?
     
  3. TonysDesigns

    TonysDesigns Guest

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    Thanks for replying. A friend of mine fixed this part with the database issue and his response to me:

    Your /etc/rc.d/init.d/mysqld startup script for mysql had the wrong path for
    the pid file, so it couldn't stop mysql. No idea why that was the case, but
    I modified it so it could start/stop successfully. Now the psa script will
    be able to stop/start mysql as intended.


    Now, how does one run it again from the command line? Can you possibly tell me what the correct sytax is? Sorry I am a newbie at linux, but I can login via SSH, I just don't know much about commands.
     
  4. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    All the files were downloaded to:

    /PSA_7.5.3/rpm_RedHat_9/base/

    start with running

    rpm -Uvh psa-7.5.3-rh9.build75050506.13.i586.rpm
    and the other psa-* files

    then the rest. (sorry for the short reply, i'm in a hurry)
     
  5. TonysDesigns

    TonysDesigns Guest

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    HI Sent you a PM, thanks
     
  6. TonysDesigns

    TonysDesigns Guest

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    Ok I think I can run:

    rpm -Uvh psa-7.5.3-rh9.build75050506.13.i586.rpm

    But what does this mean:
    and the other psa-* files

    And then what "rest"?

    Sorry I dont know




     
  7. TonysDesigns

    TonysDesigns Guest

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    Nevermind, looks like I got it fixed somehow.

    Thanks for your support

    disregard the PM
     
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