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Reinstalling

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Omniflux, Dec 20, 2004.

  1. Omniflux

    Omniflux Guest

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    I've installed Plesk and have been learning how to use it, and am now about ready to start using it live, but first I need to reinstall it (having learned that 256MB is not large enough for the root partition with FC2 & Plesk).

    Will I have any problems reinstalling the key?

    I usually use Debian, but as Plesk for Debian is not yet released, I'm trying FC2. Should I try FC3 or something else instead?

    Will 512MB be large enough for the root partition? With Debian I usually use a 128MB root partition a 1GB /usr partition and then large /home, and /var partitions and everything is well. Apparently FC likes to put lots of extras in the root partition.

    How would you divide up 36GB if most of your sites were low traffic with no more than a few MB of content?

    Thanks!

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  2. Omniflux

    Omniflux Guest

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    Apparently the Plesk updater leaves lots of files in /root/psa/ after an update. (See: http://forum.sw-soft.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=20184).

    Having updated several times, this used up a lot of disk space. Deleting the unneccessary files makes my root partition useable again.

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