Ok, thx a lot!
I configured a new appliance successfully.
in the end i made an upgrade (apt-get upgrade) and while upgrading there
is a dialog which ask:
"A new version of configuration file /etc/default/tomcat7 is available,
but the version installes currecntly has been loccaly modified"
i have several options ...
i assume that i should choose "keep loccally version currently installed"
Am 01.03.2016 08:50, schrieb Martijn Brinkers:
On 03/01/2016 08:46 AM, moe wrote:
thanks for the quick answer!
Yes, maybe it is the best option to use an new version... as i read it
- make a backup of the runnig system
- upload a new appliance version
- restore the backup in the new machine
Is that right?
What about system setting like ip-address, postfix config ...?
settings (IP, DNS, hostname) and SSL certificate are not
part of the backup so you should change this manually after restoring
Am 29.02.2016 16:43, schrieb Martijn Brinkers:
> Hi Moe,
> I just tried it with 2.5.0-4 but I could not replicate your Tomcat
> problem. Tomcat started correctly and the website was accessible.
> However the back-end of version 2.5.0-4 has an incompatibility with a
> recent Java release which result in a non-functional back-end. For more
> info see:
> The fix is to upgrade to a newer release. 2.5.0-4 is a very old release.
> Kind regards,
> Martijn Brinkers
> On 02/29/2016 04:18 PM, moe wrote:
>> last week i tried to upgrade my djigzo appliance 2.5.0-4 with apt-get
>> After that nothings works anymore even not the webinterface.
>> (i made a rollback to my snapshot).
>> After installing the updates i checked the logfiles and it seems tomact
>> missing some
>> I attach the log file to this email.
>> Help would be appreciated.
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