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Unable to upgrade after ProFTPD patch applied

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by hugohome, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. hugohome

    hugohome New Pleskian

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    Hi,

    Because of a misunderstanding with our Hosting Company (who advices us about the Atomic upgrade to ProFTPd over Plesk 9 onwards), I make the upgrade, after that I had to resolve some questions about passwords, but at the end ProFTPd it works. The problem is that our Plesk Version (Fedora Core 7) is 9.2.1 and the vulnerabilities weren't applied to this version of ProFTP server. But, for other reasons I need to upgrade some 9.2.1 programs and continue upgrading until 9.5.3.

    But today I am unable to upgrading because the PROftpD version es newer.

    It puts me:

    /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/autoinstaller --select-release-current --upgrade-installed-components
    ....................................................................................................................................
    ERROR: Unable to proceed with the installation until the package psa-proftpd-1.3.3c-2.fc7.art.i386 (s 0x9159900 source=0x910d238 P:173 R:8) is removed from the system.

    Actually I tried to remove the Atomic package, but the task shows me:

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Dependencies Resolved

    =============================================================================
    Package Arch Version Repository Size
    =============================================================================
    Removing:
    psa-proftpd i386 1.3.3c-2.fc7.art installed 5.8 M
    Removing for dependencies:
    PPWSE i586 1.1-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 11 M
    ..............................................................................................................................
    psa-horde noarch 3.1.7-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 10 M
    psa-imp noarch 4.1.6-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 8.5 M
    psa-ingo noarch 1.1.5-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 3.5 M
    psa-kronolith noarch 2.1.8-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 4.1 M
    psa-libpam-plesk i586 9.2.1-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 151 k
    psa-locale-es-ES noarch 9.2.1-09042015 installed 11 M
    psa-locale-fr-FR noarch 9.0.1-09012716 installed 11 M
    psa-mimp noarch 1.0.2-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 1.8 M
    psa-mnemo noarch 2.1.2-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 2.9 M
    psa-passwd noarch 3.0.1-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 3.0 M
    psa-rubyrails-configurator i586 1.1.6-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 0.0
    psa-spamassassin i586 9.2.1-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 159 k
    psa-tomcat-configurator noarch 9.2.1-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 0.0
    psa-turba noarch 2.1.7-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 4.1 M
    psa-updates noarch 9.2.1-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 0.0
    psa-watchdog i586 2.0.3-fc7.build92090422.13 installed 3.4 M

    Transaction Summary
    =============================================================================
    Install 0 Package(s)
    Update 0 Package(s)
    Remove 101 Package(s)

    I quite scared about it. It will uninstall 101 packets, and this server has many URLs. I don't mind if I lost a FTP services for a while, but I fear that after the uninstallation our server won't work.

    My inquiries are:

    1) Do you have a safer solution to recovering the "old" ProFTPd (Plesk 9.2.1) , and continues to these upgradings?
    2) If the 1st is NO, if I execute "autoinstaller --select-release-current --upgrade-installed-components", Could I recover the rest of 100 packages previously uninstalled?.

    Thanks for your help and my apologize because of my rough english......

    Best regards,

    Hugohome
     
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