Debian 10 support in Plesk

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    Gjimi

    Took too long. MariaDB  v10.2^ has been required by many apps for a long time.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Gjimi

    MySQL/MariaDB may be updated to the required version on other OS. Please, use this instruction: https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/213403429

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    Info

    We have upgraded several MariaDB 10.1 to MariaDB 1o.3 after dist upgrading to Debian 9.

    Just change the new repo to sources.list. Apt-get update.

    Them aptitude install 10.3 versions of installed MariaDB packages.

    It will suggest immediately or after asking it to try another way to remove 10.1 packages and install new versions.

    We do not user 10.4 yet.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Info

    Thank you for sharing your user experience. 

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    Michael Probst

    Debian Stretch is already EOL as per 2020-07-06.

    Still, you state: "Upgrade to Debian 10 from Debian 9 is not supported."

    Honestly, that's more than just disappointing.

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    Anzhelika Khapaknysh

    @Michael Probst,

    This must be a mistake cause Debian 9 (Stretch) will be supported until June 17, 2022.
    Here is the link for Plesk Lifecycle Policy: https://www.plesk.com/lifecycle-policy/ 

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    Gjimi

    Upgrade to Debian 10 is still not supported, what a disaster!!! 
    and no, the variant only upgrade MySQL causes endless problems.

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    Anton Maslov

    At this moment unfortunately it is indeed not supported, though it should be added in the future.

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    Betei Geuze (Edited )

    Warning!

    We have massive DNS problems with fresh installation of debian 10 and Plesk 18.0.30.

    Every valid dns request against Plesk bind is refused and we couldn´t find the reason. This happens with fresh installations.

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    Kuzma Ivanov

    Hi Betei Geuze,

    I've answered you here.
    Please check it out.

    Best regards,
    Kuzma

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    Pierre Beckmann (Edited )

    I have been running Plesk on my servers since Debian 6 and distro-upgrades have never been a problem but now we can't upgrade from Debian 9 to 10? I have thought about migrating by transfer from server A to B, uninstall Plesk on server A, upgrade to Debian 10, install Plesk again, transfer from server B to A again but that doesn't work either because of the uninstaller bug PI-498. Is there any solution on the way? This is unacceptable - a software keeping me from upgrading my OS. I am running other services as well on my server, I can't just migrate and as recommended.

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Pierre Beckmann

    For regular Plesk migration scenarios, it's not required to uninstall Plesk from the source server (A).

    When installing Plesk on server B you may get a trial license and use it while migration.

     

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    Pierre Beckmann

    As I said, there are other services running on my server, I can't just migrate Plesk and shutdown server A forever. Why should I double my server cost because your software doesn't support upgrading to Debian 10? Besides other technical problems that would arise from such split.

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    Hi Pierre.

    Easiest way is to install fresh Debian 10 and Plesk on it. Ask Plesk trial licence. Then migrate whole server with licence and IP's.

    Remember to use latesta netinst.iso on Debian 10. Due that older version of it will install MariaDB 10.4 and Plesk wont support it.

    And indeed it did not work well. Had to format and start again.

     

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    Gjimi

    how long is it likely to take before the upgrade is possible? does anyone know?

    MariaDB 10.2 on Debian 9 works pretty well, unless the following error occurs with a server with its own PHP

    PHP Warning: PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library '/opt/php-5.4/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20100525/mysqli.so' symbol client_errors, version libmariadbclient_18 not defined in file libmariadbclient.so.18 with link time reference in Unknown on line 0
    mod_fcgid: process 21501 graceful kill fail, sending SIGKILL
    (to see permanently)

    Plesk removes old PHP versions far too early and unnecessarily.

    a migration is out of the question, the change for customers is huge, server address for IMAP, new login address, something in the website no longer works and and ...
    if so, I would switch to other panels

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    MariaDB 10.3 works fine on Debian 9. We have it installed on several servers. To support very old PHP to clients is not a good idea. It may compromise whole server.

    We have provided IMAP/POP address same as webmail url (one less ssl sertificate). Webmail url is just conf files for Apache and Nginx. We have 15 years old Plesk login url still in use.

    Its just a site on that name with rewrite to current url.

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    Betei Geuze

    There is no support for Seafile in Debian 10?! 
    You get rid the Plesk Filesharing Support and recommend to switch over to Seafile. But in Debian 10 is Seafile not supported. What is your Solution?

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