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Please confirm the following actions: Forced downgrades and re-installs: Call Recording 12.0.1.2 will be downgraded to online versionEndPoint Manager 12.0.0.39 will be downgraded to online versionFreePBX Framework 12.0.31 will be downgraded Other notes: I am using raspberry-asterisk.org Everything was fully upgraded and working well prior to 12 upgrade attempt next page → Home Categories FAQ/Guidelines Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Online modules are not available. Getting Data from Online Server...Cant Reach Online Server [email protected]:~# tm1000 (Andrew Nagy) 2015-01-14 17:39:27 UTC #18 dstroot: The pattern is interesting - the first time I get an empty XML file http://txtbl.com/warning-error/warning-error-writing-vtoc-warning-no-backup-labels-label-failed.html

There is no need to get snippy jch2os 2015-01-14 20:38:07 UTC #54 Thank you for sticking with it and resolving the issue! I am able to dial both phones but there is no RTP(audio) in the call. I recently upgraded from 2.2.3 to 2.3.0rc1 to 2.3.0. Also is there a way to download and upgrade the modules manually?

jch2os 2015-01-14 19:18:34 UTC #37 seems like we have enough different people with the problem to say there is something going on. No buffer to flush 2015-Jan-13 21:59:47 /var/www/html/admin/page.modules.php:259 [NOTICE]: Undefined variable: modules_online 2015-Jan-13 21:59:47 /var/www/html/admin/page.modules.php:367 [NOTICE]: ob_flush(): failed to flush buffer. Online modules are not available. tm1000 (Andrew Nagy) 2015-01-15 21:02:42 UTC #2 tm1000: Drop the the CLI and run these commands: /var/lib/asterisk/bin/freepbx_setting MODULEADMIN_SKIP_CACHE 1 && amportal a ma upgrade framework && /var/lib/asterisk/bin/freepbx_setting MODULEADMIN_SKIP_CACHE 0 Home Categories

Learn More. I dont think so. dstroot (dstroot) 2015-01-14 17:04:24 UTC #6 I am seeing errors like this is freepbx_dbug: 2015-Jan-13 21:59:47 /var/www/html/admin/page.modules.php:367 [NOTICE]: ob_flush(): failed to flush buffer. We don't allow pings.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... There are many different settings in FreePBX. I went and looked at it in nano, I did find an entry for allow_url_fopen. http://community.freepbx.org/t/solved-getting-data-from-online-server-cant-reach-online-server/26676 Please help.

I can ping google.com and other servers from a ssh console, so I know my internet connection and dns are fine. Doing what you described is really bad advice to users and can easily corrupt a system. So if I was to manually update the modules what would the correct process be? Has anyone figured out what is going on?

I'm not holding the patch. SkykingOH 2012-01-21 05:22:40 UTC #2 Both mirrors are up. No buffer to flush 2015-Jan-13 21:59:48 /var/www/html/admin/page.modules.php:259 [NOTICE]: Undefined variable: modules_online 2015-Jan-13 21:59:48 /var/www/html/admin/page.modules.php:367 [NOTICE]: ob_flush(): failed to flush buffer. If not and you are using trixbox, I believe they had some problems on their ISO configuration wrt to DNS or something.

A quick fix for the issue (which doesn't require changes to the code) is by running the following command against the asterisk database. http://txtbl.com/warning-error/warning-error-reading-etc-fstab-input-output-error.html Please give us more information. Updating modules will not fix NAT issues. Please check your PMs berthalovejoy 2015-01-14 21:37:19 UTC #58 Can someone please post the fix publicly.

Online modules are not available. Stay logged in PIAF - Your own Linux-based PBX Forums Forum Topics Bug Reporting and Fixes Style PBX in a Flash Forum - Class Home Contact Us Help Top Downloads Download I'm not a Linux person, so I haven't been able to find the php.ini file. navigate here Philippe Lindheimer - FreePBX Project Leadhttp//freepbx.org - IRC #freepbx paulkoan 2008-01-11 08:47:02 UTC #4 This can also be down to your php configuration.

tm1000 (Andrew Nagy) 2015-01-14 18:19:36 UTC #31 You can also connect to mysql and try: alter table module_xml CHANGE data data longblob; Then see if you can update jch2os 2015-01-14 18:43:10 ahtoh (ahtoh) 2015-01-14 20:18:27 UTC #44 I also have this problem,I'm using debian ahtoh (ahtoh) 2015-01-14 20:23:41 UTC #45 I started upgrade to version 12 and I can not complete it I understand that the site is up, but something on these systems are not allowing it to upgrade.

I'm on Comcast.

Can you please give us the step by step instructions for this procedure? I click confirm and this is what comes up in the popup window. Perhaps wget then sends a more complete set of headers if it does work correctly. panachoi Expand Collapse New Member Joined: Jan 14, 2015 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 I've recently migrated from PIAF11 on Centos6 to PIAF12 on Ubuntu 14.04, and up until this weekend,

jch2os 2015-01-14 19:31:02 UTC #39 Which from being a developer I can understand your position! Alerts Alert Preferences Show All... Online modules are not available. http://txtbl.com/warning-error/warning-error-writing-vtoc-warning-no-backup-labels.html As I previously stated the system is running for many other users.

So I try to follow the procedure from this site http://wiki.freepbx.org/display/F2/Module+Signing and this is what I get: [[email protected] ~]# amportal a ma refreshsignatures Fetching FreePBX settings with gen_amp_conf.php.. Menu Home Home Quick Links Recent Posts Recent Activity Authors Download Download Quick Links Download ISO Get your FREE license key Getting Started Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts berthalovejoy 2015-01-14 19:42:09 UTC #42 I updated 2 servers this morning and now both have this problem. marc tm1000 (Andrew Nagy) 2015-01-14 18:11:24 UTC #48 The file can be seen here in full.

Any other ideas? I had been playing with iptables/fail2ban, but I just shut that off to make sure that was not the problem, and indeed it is not.... paulkoan 2008-01-18 03:30:45 UTC #8 Are you saying that a successful wget of the xml file from the box that runs the script that downloads the same file doesn't eliminate the Roman paulkoan 2008-01-18 21:17:25 UTC #13 @Mike: The php.ini is often at /etc/php.ini - try "locate php.ini" If not, what distribution of linux are you running? @Roman If you aren't running