|OS type and version:||Ubuntu 18.04|
|Virtualmin version:||6.17-3 Pro|
My first question as a new pro user is, is there not a bug tracker for virtualmin and webmin? Surely these forums don’t double up as the bug tracker too?
We purchased a pro license today. I would’ve preferred to upgrade from vmin GPL to Pro via the terminal instead of via the web interface but running the recommended upgrade command failed for me:
virtualmin change-license --serial XXXXXXX --key XXXXXXXXXX Updating Virtualmin APT repository .. .. no lines for software.virtualmin.com found! Updating Virtualmin license file .. .. done
After running that command, I logged into vmin and indeed it had not yet upgraded to pro so I tried updating via the web interface and then it started downloading new packages but it did so without any warning. At this point, I think vmin should warn the user what is about to happen ie that several large packages are about to be downloaded and installed and so they should probably schedule downtime to do the upgrade. Make the user agree to this before letting the upgrade proceed.
The website says the pro upgrade can be done without a re-install but if you have to add a new repo and the download/upgrade/replace several large packages then this is pretty close to doing a re-install.
I’m currently unsure if the upgrade has failed because it has been stuck on the line
Setting up webmin-virtual-server (6.17.pro-3) …
For well over 15 minutes now. Could that step take some time on a machine with hundreds of domains?