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Upgrade to Plesk Obsidian fails with Postfix dependency error: Error: Package: 2:postfix-perl-scripts-2.10.1-7.el7.x86_64 (base) Requires: postfix = 2:2.10.1-7.el7

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    Luca

    While trying the same Obsidian upgrade (Plesk 17.8 -> Plesk 18), I experienced the same dependency issue with "postfix = 2:2.10.1-7.el7".

    In my case, the troubling package is "2:postfix-sysvinit-2.10.1-7.e17.noarch": it will not upgrade, citing the same dependency. As a result, it will block the whole upgrade.

    Successfully applied the resolution:

    1. Connect via SSH

    2. Run "yum remove postfix-sysvinit"

    3. Run "plesk installer"

     

    Thank you!  :-)

    Luca

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    Lev Iurev

    @Thank you for sharing with us!

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    Tobias Buschor

    When will this be fixed? I am afraid to apply a "temporary workaround".

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    Anton Maslov

    Tobias, right now we don't have ETA.

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    Tobias Buschor

    Can I safely remove "postfix-perl-scripts" or "postfix-sysvinit"?

    Were they installed from a previous Plesk version or Plesk extension?

    I have the problem on two different servers and I don't think I installed them myself.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Tobias Buschor

    No issues should be caused by a workaround in question.

    In case of additional issues, feel free to submit a request for Plesk support: https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/213608509-How-to-submit-a-request-to-Plesk-support-

     

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    Hüseyin Şevki TOPUZ

    1. Connect via SSH

    2. Run "yum remove postfix-sysvinit"

    3. Run "plesk installer"

    this solved my problem on centos 7

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    Yaroslav Tarasov

    Hello @Hüseyin Şevki TOPUZ,

    Thank you for sharing the solution! Hope it will be helpful for others.

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