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Upgrade Porblem from 9.0.0 to 9.2.1

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by Benjamin Pichler, May 11, 2009.

  1. Benjamin Pichler

    Benjamin Pichler New Pleskian

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    Hello,

    i get the following errors when trying to upgrade Plesk 9.0.0 to 9.2.1 (with Qmail):






    My system: CentOS5 as a VM

    While doing the "... mail_restore to synchronise mail server settings ..." it tooks about 20 minutes... what exactly is he doing here?

    Is there any solution concerning this issue?

    Thank you!
     
  2. Yves Vogl

    Yves Vogl Basic Pleskian

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    The same issue here – but upgrading from 9.0.1 to 9.2.1 on Debian Etch AMD64 with qmail.

    Code:
    Unpacking replacement psa-courier-imap ...
    Preparing to replace psa-qmail 1:1.03-debian4.0.build90090127.18 (using .../psa-qmail_1%3a1.03-debian4.0.build92090422.13_amd64.deb) ...
     Checking for the system groups and users necessary for Qmail...
     Checking for the group 'qmail'...
     Group 'qmail' already exists
    
     Checking for the group 'nofiles'...
     Group 'nofiles' already exists
    
     Checking for the user 'alias'...
     User 'alias' already exists
    
     Checking for the user 'qmaild'...
     User 'qmaild' already exists
    
     Checking for the user 'qmaill'...
     User 'qmaill' already exists
    
     Checking for the user 'qmailp'...
     User 'qmailp' already exists
    
     Checking for the user 'qmailq'...
     User 'qmailq' already exists
    
     Checking for the user 'qmailr'...
     User 'qmailr' already exists
    
     Checking for the user 'qmails'...
     User 'qmails' already exists
    
     Trying to stop service qmail... done
    Unpacking replacement psa-qmail ...
    Preparing to replace psa-mail-driver-common 9.0.1-debian4.0.build90090127.18 (using .../psa-mail-driver-common_9.2.1-debian4.0.build92090422.13_amd64.deb) ...
    Unpacking replacement psa-mail-driver-common ...
    Preparing to replace psa-qmail-rblsmtpd 0.70-debian4.0.build90090127.18 (using .../psa-qmail-rblsmtpd_0.70-debian4.0.build92090422.13_amd64.deb) ...
    Unpacking replacement psa-qmail-rblsmtpd ...
    Setting up psa-courier-imap (3.0.8-debian4.0.build92090422.13) ...
     Trying to register service xinetd...  using /usr/sbin/update-rc.d
     System startup links for /etc/init.d/xinetd already exist.
    done
     Trying to executing mail_restore to synchronize mail server settings and Plesk Database... Number of arguments is invalid.
    Number of arguments is invalid.
    
    (…waiting since 15 minutes… on a Intel QC 2.8 with 8GB RAM)
    
    Unable to dump server-wide black/white lists into GreyListing database
    done
    
    Setting up psa-mail-driver-common (9.2.1-debian4.0.build92090422.13) ...
    mv: cannot stat `/var/qmail/control/spf*': No such file or directory
    Trying to executing mail_restore to synchronize mail server settings and Plesk Database... 
    
    (…waiting again)
    

    Sorry, but it seems that Parallels is doing their job as bad as usual. It's so annoying… :-/
     
  3. 64bithost.com

    64bithost.com Regular Pleskian

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    upgrade problem from 9.0.0 to 9.2.1

    Part of the problem you are having is that you are doing manual installations (i.e. rpms) you should be using the (for individual using CentOS 5.3) Virtuozzo 4.0 download manager by typing vzup2date after installation of Virtuozzo 4.0.

    The same thing goes for the other individual. You are both doing manual installations which lead to broken rpms which have to be removed. If you continue to do manual installs be sure to do "YUM CLEAN ALL" after large installs
     
  4. elyakh

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    hello,

    I have never encountered such an issue performing Plesk upgrade. Basically, it might have occurred because of insufficient disk space and inodes on the hard disk.
     
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