Article ID: 114, created on Oct 6, 2008, last review on Apr 27, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk 7.5 for Windows

Resolution

===> Installing MySQL Server
Installing privileges Database...
ERROR!
Check the error reason, fix and try again

This error usually occurs when the hostname of the server does not match the hostname specified in the /etc/hosts file. If this hasn't already been configured, you will need to add the hostname to the /etc/hosts file. The first line is the loopback address, the second line needs to have the primary IP of the server and the fully qualified hostname.

Example:

127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost12.34.56.78 hostname.domain.com hostname Warning: MySQL Connection Failed:
Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket
'/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock'
 

This error occurs because the mysql.sock file is specified to be placed in the /usr/lib/mysql/ directory. PSA's installation of mysql looks for the mysql.sock file in the /tmp/ directory and fails. This can be fixed by modifying the /etc/my.cnf file so that the mysql.sock file is located in the /tmp/ directory.

 

ERROR cannot find /etc/inetd.conf file

This error occurs because inetd/xinetd is not installed or xinetd is not running. PSA requires inetd/xinetd to be installed and running. The script looks for both xinetd or inetd. Once it cannot find xinetd it assumes that you are using inetd and then procedes to look for the inetd.conf file. Once xinetd/inetd is installed and running retry the PSA installation.

 

ERROR while trying to stop running named daemon via
/etc/rc.d/init.d/named
Check the error reason, fix and try again

This error can be prevented by starting the named server manually:

/etc/rc.d/init.d/named start

or deinstalling Apache by using the rpm command:

rpm -e bind

Then start the installation process.

 

ERROR while trying to reconfigure Apache
Check the error reason, fix and try again

This error occurs when the version of Perl is not compatible with PSA's installation of mod_perl.

Make sure that if you are running RedHat 7.x that Perl 5.6.0 is installed, RedHat 6.x - Perl 5.00503 is installed, and FreeBSD 4.x requires Perl 5.00503.

 

Trying to reconfigure Apache...
Unable to query param NameVirtualHost
1
ERROR while trying to reconfigure Apache Check the error reason, fix and try again

This error usually occurs when networking is not configured or running on the server. Once networking is configured and running with an IP address other than 127.0.0.1 PSA should be installed without the error.

 

 

 

 

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