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Problems with PA

2013-08-19
2013-08-27
  • Lewis Butler
    Lewis Butler
    2013-08-19

    After setting up a new machine I installed postfix admin out of ports (FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE), which did NOT install the DOCUMENTS/ folder. I did run the upgrade.php script which updated the data base, but I am still getting:

    "Invalid query: Unknown column 'domain.quota' in 'field list"

    When I try to select "Domain List" or "Overview" after logging in.

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    ɹןʇnqן
    lbutler@covisp.net
    303.219.0564

     
    • Lewis Butler
      Lewis Butler
      2013-08-25

      On 18 Aug 2013, at 20:56 , Lewis Butler covisp@users.sf.net wrote:

      After setting up a new machine I installed postfix admin out of ports (FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE), which did NOT install the DOCUMENTS/ folder. I did run the upgrade.php script which updated the data base, but I am still getting:

      "Invalid query: Unknown column 'domain.quota' in 'field list"

      When I try to select "Domain List" or "Overview" after logging in.

      Anyone have any ideas on this, I am still getting this error and don't know even where to begin to fix it.

      --
      ɹןʇnqן
      lbutler@covisp.net
      303.219.0564

       
      • Lewis Butler
        Lewis Butler
        2013-08-27

        On 25 Aug 2013, at 09:42 , Lewis Butler covisp@users.sf.net wrote:

        On 18 Aug 2013, at 20:56 , Lewis Butler covisp@users.sf.net wrote:

        After setting up a new machine I installed postfix admin out of ports (FreeBSD 9.1-RELEASE), which did NOT install the DOCUMENTS/ folder. I did run the upgrade.php script which updated the data base, but I am still getting:

        "Invalid query: Unknown column 'domain.quota' in 'field list"

        When I try to select "Domain List" or "Overview" after logging in.

        Anyone have any ideas on this, I am still getting this error and don't know even where to begin to fix it.

        Still getting the same errors and still really have no idea where to look for a solution other than here. The google Searches all seem to lead into dead-ends.

        --
        ɹןʇnqן
        lbutler@covisp.net
        303.219.0564

         
  • The files from DOCUMENTS/ may be packaged in /usr/share/doc/postfixadmin or something like that (I don't know the exact FreeBSD directory layout)

    Your problem looks strange, but I don't know what could cause it.

    If you did not use setup.php (or upgrade.php) to create the database, the easiest way is to delete the database and let setup.php create a new one (assuming your database is still empty).

    If this fails, please run setup.php?debug=1 and paste the output.