upgrading from 1.5.0 to 1.5.1 fails at backup
Hanz last edited by Hanz
@tom-elliott Using Fedora 26 still failing with working branch and master…was working with 1.5.0 though. I’ll also add that I can create a backup via GUI just fine and this only occurs during installation.
**Extra information. I tried running the installer with the -X option to continue on fail. After finishing with backup db…failed being the only error, I try going to GUI and get
Service Unavailable The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later.
Error differs slightly
* Setting up Apache virtual host (no SSL).....................OK * Starting and checking status of web services................OK * Changing permissions on apache log files....................OK * Backing up database.........................................Failed! [root@fog-server bin]#
Running MariaDB 10.1.32
@tom-elliott strangley my fog clients all reported Middleware::Response ERROR: so I reset encryption on my ‘all hosts’ group. Not sure if there was something else I needed/should have done but that sorted it.
Updated working, dev-branch, and master with this change and updated the tag to point accordingly, thanks letting me know.
davido38 last edited by
ok for me ! Thanks a lot !!!
just have this message
You are not running the most current version of FOG!
You are currently running version: 1.5.1
@falko Don’t let my wife tell you…I’m always quick when I can lol.
@tom-elliott that was quick! Upgrade seemed to go through fine.
@falko Mind trying:
git checkout working; cd bin; ./installfog.sh -y
I don’t have a debian 8 based system handy quite yet so this would be useful.
I’ll see if I can come up with a hack-patch solution. With php-fpm becoming a normal use case requirement, I coded php-fpm to be able to be used. However, I forgot to take account of php5 based setups such as debian 8. (As far as I know this should only impact debian based installations which use the php5 vs, php7.x formats and where php-fpm would be under /etc/php5/fpm.
davido38 last edited by davido38
Same error for me when i try to update to 1.5.1