need recovery help, elastix packages list?

nealix

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Today when doing a yum update, yum complained about incomplete
transactions and suggested running yum-complete-transactions.
When I did this, it removed all the elastix packages and asterisk.
I assume the yum database became corrupted.

So the box is running linux, seems to have the config files
renamed as something.rpmsave, and has no packages for elastix.

Rather than a total reinstall from CDROM, is there some list
of the proper packages to install, so that I can recover
more easily? If I know what packages to install, I could then
just rename the config files by copying all the something.rpmsave
to the original name (remove ".rpmsave").

Is there also a yum command that can verify the yum database once
I add the proper package back?

Sincere Thanks,

Neal
 

nealix

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I should also note that I do have a tar file backup of the entire system
from 2 weeks ago. If I did a CDROM fresh install, is there a list of
the config files that I would need to copy from the backup so that my
extensions, routes, etc are recovered? My backup is from a 1.52 system,
and the current CDROM for a fresh install would be 1.6 I think.

Thanks,

Neal
 

rafael

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most of the voip stuff would be in /etc/asterisk
The frontend is in /var/www/html
Mysql databases are in /var/lib/mysql (should be own by mysql user)
hope this helps
regards,
rafael
 

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