Elastix 2.0 - yum update

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  1. MST

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    Elastix 2.0 stable version

    by mistake did YUM UPDATE and everything stop working, can't access asterisk -r

    is there any way to back the Elastix to previous state?
     
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    it was yum update NOT upgrade so it has NOT should ruined Elastix.

    Free PBX was updated to 2.7 .....
     
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    MST: What's your status? An upgrade to Asterisk and FreePBX ws released as an effort to fix the remaining MOH issues. Have you tried a simple reboot? How about running "amportal restart" to force asterisk down and back up?
     
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    I have tried all possible ways and no luck.

    I remeber that I did yum update not upgrade and was updating free pbx and 4 others but don't remeber. have to check in logs


    I believe it will be simpler to reinstall whole Elastix then do yum install update
     
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    Zoiks! I doubt that you need to re-install Elastix! unless you have a really small little system, and even then, this is a good learning experience! (builds character, you know...)

    What happens when you run these commands (please post the output):

    1.) asterisk -r
    2.) service dahdi status
    3.) amportal restart

    Tom
     
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    Thank You Tom for help.

    It is not a small system. There is CRM integrated with phones, however I switched all phones to a backup system so phones are working. I prefer to reinstall from a scratch.

    Then I will do a backup and try to recreate the issue. I have written all steps in order what was done in Elastix 2.0

    The full log file is getting realu huge now about 12GB so I have to stop that disaster made by yum update.....

    CHeers
     

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