Since version 17.1 KeyHelp now also supports the operating system Debian 9.
Do you operate your KeyHelp on a server running Debian 8 and now want to take advantage of the optimized Debian 9? Then here is your opportunity to comfortably perform the update on your own. We provide the required script and detailed instructions as follows. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or for assistance.
Such instructions are also available for the older operating system versions of Debian and Ubuntu.
Further information can be found here.
ATTENTION: Even the script was extensively tested, you should consider to create a backup of your server in advance.
ATTENTION: Debian 9 also includes a change from PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.0. Please ensure that the software of your website(s) is compatible with PHP 7, or use the PHP version change feature to change the PHP version of your domains.
ATTENTION: After you have started the script and confirmed the start of the work in the script with [ENTER], the upgrade should not be interrupted prematurely!
If you abort during the process, the changes must be manually undone.
ATTENTION: An ongoing upgrade process should always be monitored. Please keep the terminal window open for the duration of the upgrade.
Download the script with this command:
wget --no-check-certificate https://install.keyhelp.de/scripts/keyhelp_debian_upgrade_8_to_9 -O keyhelp_debian_upgrade_8_to_9.php
Afterwards start script with:
Please follow the instructions of the program and answer the questions you receive from the upgrade script (see below). Note that, depending on the installed services on your server, you may receive additional questions.
Once the script has finished, you will be asked to restart your server.
Confirm the reboot with [ENTER].
Congratulations, you now use KeyHelp with Debian 9!
Please check the status of you fail2ban service with the following Command:
service fail2ban status
If the service is not running and the command
service fail2ban restart
doesn't help, it may be advisable to reinstall fail2ban.
To do this, perform the following commands:
apt-get purge fail2ban
apt-get install fail2ban
cp /home/keyhelp/www/keyhelp/install/config/common/fail2ban/jail.d/keyhelp.local /etc/fail2ban/jail.d/keyhelp.local
cp /home/keyhelp/www/keyhelp/install/config/common/fail2ban/filter.d/keyhelp-phpmyadmin.conf /etc/fail2ban/filter.d/keyhelp-phpmyadmin.conf
service fail2ban restart