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upgrade is terrible

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by pdreissen, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. pdreissen

    pdreissen Guest

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    Hi there,

    Why is it every time such a pain in the *** to upgrade to a new version.
    Again everything went wrong. Tried everything from auto installer to rpm upgrade..

    What a mess...

    websrvmng: Service httpd failed to gracefully restart: Operation not permitted
    websrvmng: Service httpd failed to gracefully restart: Operation not permitted
    Syntax error on line 213 of /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/httpsd.conf:
    Cannot load /usr/local/psa/admin/libexec/mod_info.so into server: /usr/local/psa/admin/libexec/mod_info.so: undefined symbol: top_module
    /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/httpsdctl start: httpd could not be started
    Starting Plesk: [FAILED]

    Upgrade from 7.1.4 -> 7.5.1

    And again a non-working system for hours!
     
  2. akaplan

    akaplan Guest

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    I use art's yum to upgrade my box. Note I always the upgrade on a backup box first. So far no problems just kill the named pid before you start
     
  3. pdreissen

    pdreissen Guest

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    Yup,

    I had to do this in the first place....

    No i am a little bitt stuck!
     
  4. VerityNS

    VerityNS Guest

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    Can you explain what is ment by "just kill the named pid before you start"?

    I also use Art's yum. Usually I just do "yum upgrade" on the command prompt and it does everything from there! Is there something else I need to do before or after to ensure everything works after?

    Thanks! :)
     
  5. akaplan

    akaplan Guest

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    >
    Can you explain what is ment by "just kill the named pid before you start"?
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    us ps aux | grep named to find the PID of named then kill it with kill -9 PID.

    The last two times I upgrade YUM had problems starting/stopping named.

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    I also use Art's yum. Usually I just do "yum upgrade" on the command prompt and it does everything from there! Is there something else I need to do before or after to ensure everything works after?
    >>

    If if ain't broke don't fix it :)
     
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