Upgrading my Hestia VPS from Debian 9 to 10, a screen appears asking me about the name of the RoundCube database, the RoundCube username and password and a username and password for the account with RoundCube administrative privileges.
I think I have made all the possible combinations without result. What data should I use? Should I skip this setting?
My Hestia version is 1.3.2 and is hosted in Hetzner.
Use your root / mysql root password. You can find it in /usr/local/hestia/conf/mysql.conf
How ever in 1.4.0 release we add an script that will remove RoundCube from atp and use the upstream and it will allow it to go up to 1.4.10
Thanks. That worked and I finished the update, but the following message appeared:
ERROR 1045 (28000): Access denied for user ‘roundcube’@‘localhost’ (using password: YES).
unable to connect to mysql server.
Apparently RoundCube is working fine. Where can you change [email protected] to [email protected]? Should I not worry about it?
/etc/roundcube/confug.db.php I think
But only during the upgrade the root password is needed…
Its complicated! Here’s what I think happens.
/etc/roundcube/config.inc.php is loaded first.
That loads debian-db-roundcube.php with this line
In there, you’ll see the string.
$rcmail_config[‘db_dsnw’] = ‘mysql://roundcube:[email protected]/roundcube’;
I think this is the one you edit.
If not, there’s a further config file called debian-db.php which is automatically generated from /etc/dbconfig-common/roundcube.conf. You could try editing that one, but it doesn’t seem to be used on Ubuntu at least.
Ultimately, as long as roundcube finds a valid value for db_dsnw, then it will work.
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