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Updater error: Undefined release

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by R2K_, Apr 25, 2006.

  1. R2K_

    R2K_ Guest

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    Whenever I try to update packages with the plesk updater I get the following errors:

    0: /usr/local/psa/admin/htdocs/server/autoinstaller_install.php:14 psaerror(string "Undefined release.")

    This is Plesk 7.5.4 on RedHat 9.

    I checked some things on the autoinstaller log file (/tmp/autoinstaller3.log).

    First it checks for Plesk 7.5.4 versions, and says (non-relevant stuff not copied):
    - check build for Linux RedHat 9 i386 (PSA_7.5.4/plesk-7.5.4-rh9-i386.inf3): fit
    - release PLESK_7_5_4 is actual

    Then it checks for Plesk 8.0 versions, and says:
    - version for this OS not found, release not fit

    Sounds correct, because 8.0 is not installed.

    Then:
    - Select best build of PLESK_7_5_4 for current OS
    - First fit build is current best: PSA_7.5.4/plesk-7.5.4-rh9-i386.inf3
    - Select best build: finally choised PSA_7.5.4/plesk-7.5.4-rh9-i386.inf3

    All seems fine to me..

    I attached the full autoinstaller log, does anyone see any strange things in that? Plesk support?

    Edit: some more info: when I click 'updater' in plesk then autoinstaller3.log is generated. Until that point no errors. Then I click 'Plesk 7.5.4' and additional info is written to the log file (Ending with: 'Exit with OK status').
    The error comes when I select a package (in my case: horde components, but all packages with 'update available' give the error) and click 'Install'.
    Unfortunately, nothing is being logged at that point.
     
  2. R2K_

    R2K_ Guest

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    Found the possible cause: there was no space left on the partition where psa is installed (/usr/local).

    So the error was a bit misleading.
     
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