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peman Offline
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RE: Update ispCP database schema ... FAILED
yes, this worked for me too but all email accounts doesnt work. i had to change the password for on my email account but i cant do this for all my customers in the future when i´m going to do the upgrade on my live server.

is there any fix for this, please?
02-16-2012 10:43 PM
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RE: Update ispCP database schema ... FAILED
you had the problem by upgrading from which version to which version ?
02-16-2012 11:20 PM
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peman Offline
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sorry, i upgraded from 1.0.5 to 1.0.7 on Debian Lenny.
02-17-2012 12:01 AM
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RE: Update ispCP database schema ... FAILED
I had similar problems while updating from 1.06 to 1.07, and now I know the reason:

At first I followed the install manual, and when I recognized my fault, I went to the upgrade manual. It was just a little bit to late.

Not knowing, whether or not my way is right or wrong, it worked for me:

Switch to debug (/etc/ispcp/ispcp.conf, search for "DEBUG" and set the value to "1") and run the script ispcp-update again. Then I searched for the database connects and replaced the defaults by my data for user and password. I got the update script running.

Now I dumped the ispcp database and did a fresh install. When it was up and running, I stopped the daemon, reloaded my dump, set the status fields according the underneath statements to force a rewrite of the configuration:

PHP Code:
UPDATE domain SET domain_status 'change' WHERE domain_status 'ok';
UPDATE domain_aliasses SET alias_status 'change' WHERE alias_status 'ok';
UPDATE subdomain SET subdomain_status 'change' WHERE subdomain_status 'ok'

Then I run the script ispcp-rqst-mngr, started the daemon and was done.
07-05-2012 08:44 PM
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