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  • Peter Baldwin wrote:

    Hi Fargo2,

    Thanks for the update... much appreciated! Just to let everyone know, the Let's Encrypt app is coming with the ClearOS 7.4 release (we're staging this release right now). You can install the app right now if you are feeling a bit adventurous:



    The only missing piece is the renewal cronjob/logging. Everything else in the app is ready to go.

    You should know that the ClearOS app works alongside the certbot command line tool. In other words, if you have already created certificates with certbot, the app will happily show the certificates in the ClearOS web interface (and also make the certificates available in the Certificate Manager).


    Peter,

    I've installed the app and looks like it installed correctly.
    My previous created certificate is visable in the app, but i see at "Deployed" the message :

  • Hi Ben,

    The mail server is running again.
    I've removed Zarafa completely and re-installed Zarafa 7.2.0..
    The Zarafa-server doesn't start, due to a database version conflict (7.2.6 vs 7.2.0)

    After searching the web, i've found a solution. (LINK


    The only thing is that i need to start Zarafa-server manually.
    Is the database conflict solvable ?? or is the upgrade to 7.2.6 possible

  • Ben Chambers wrote:

    Hi Patrick,

    app-core-community


    This must be a typo...I don't think there is an RPM with this name.

    Can you post all of your shell output where you're getting stumped...I'll see if I can spot something.

    B

    Hi Ben,

    correct... typo ;-)

    It is package "app-zarafa-core" which caused the problem. Installing this app is taking a very long time, but the system resource don't show any activity.

    The system is not down, because the mail server doesn't work.
    Zarafa-dagent won't start any more and therefor zarafa-server.
    I'll check the log files and come back shortly.

  • Hi Ben,

    I've done the update on another server with Zarafa 7.2.0.
    The update in repo is now Zarafa 7.2.6, but it fails to install app-core-community. After more than a hours, i stopped the process.

  • Fredrik Fornstad wrote:

    Patrick,
    That should not happen... Not sure why.
    Please make sure domoticz is stopped and then try this from the command line:
    Now I think you should be able to start domoticz in the normal way.

    /Fred

    Hi Fred,

    This worked. Strange that is has changed some how.

    thanks for the quick support

  • Patrick de Brabander wrote:

    Patrick de Brabander wrote:

    [quote]Dave Loper wrote:

    With the service stopped, does the pid file exist?

    Hi Dave,

    No. no.pid file found on the server.
    As mentioned, even the directory doesn't exist.


    Maybe this helps:

    [/quote]

    Update:

    Running manually by executing : /usr/share/domoticz/run-domoticz is working

  • Patrick de Brabander wrote:

    Dave Loper wrote:

    With the service stopped, does the pid file exist?

    Hi Dave,

    No. no.pid file found on the server.
    As mentioned, even the directory doesn't exist.


    Maybe this helps:

  • Dave Loper wrote:

    With the service stopped, does the pid file exist?

    Hi Dave,

    No. no.pid file found on the server.
    As mentioned, even the directory doesn't exist.

  • Hi Fred,

    My domoticz server i s not starting any more after a reboot of the ClearOS server
    I'm getting the following error



    Strange, because the directory " /var/run/domoticz" doesn't exist.

    Can you help me with this

  • Fredrik Fornstad wrote:

    Hi everyone,
    I am about to release Domoticz 3.8153 within a day or so together with a needed adjustment of app-domoticz. Please note that Domoticz has undergone heavy development and potentially there are some features that have changed behaviour and that you may need to adjust any scripts etc that you have created for the present Domoticz program.

    One thing that I do not think can be avoided is that due to the fundamental change of the deamon/PID handling (actually: a bug correction in Domoticz) any running instance of Domoticz will stop at the update and you will have to manually start it again. Sorry for this.

    /Fred
    Hello Fred,

    I'm getting the following error when i try to upgrade: