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Updating from 7.5/FC2/Mysql 5 - HELP!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by RKSL, Apr 7, 2006.

  1. RKSL

    RKSL Guest

    Hi all, i really need som help here.

    I have a server that was until 8 hours ago running Fedora Core 2 - Plesk 7.5.4 but with MySQL 5. Rather stupidly i set the update running and didnt think about MySQL compatibility issues.

    So now i have a box stuck half way between 7.5 and 8. I can log into admin but just get:

    And when i try to use the server option:

    I can see all my domains and clients in the control panel but when you goto a domain URL all you see is the Apache test page. Anyone know how i can back out and atleast restore a PSADUMP generated backup?

    Or even better get the server upto 8.0?


  2. CyberTech

    CyberTech Guest

    Mysql5 is not yet supported.
  3. Ronny

    Ronny Guest

    I use mysql 4.1 and experienced the same thing
  4. AlleyKat

    AlleyKat Guest

    I'm likewise stuck between updates - I'm pretty sure all the right software is on the box, but the plesk version number is still 7.5.4 (in the version file), and the database is not updated.

    Last time I updated (...well I tried anyway) it went really bad, and I'm very thankful to Scott, AtomicRocketTurtle for helping me out of the bad mess I was in with nothing working.

    I'm quite nervous about messing up again, so I'm trying to rebuild the database for Plesk manually, but questions arise;

    - should I go with the 67 actions in the 'actions' table from the plesk 8 demo version I installed, or the 57 in my current DB?

    - what is the `default_user_id` in `data_bases` tied to?

    - (when I'm done updating the file at some point) do I stop Plesk before doing the restore in mysql, or just throw it in and hope Plesk isn't doing anything at that moment?

    Any hint appreciated,

    Best regards