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I have a dedicated server running CentOS 5.3. I'm trying to update Plesk 9.5.2 to version 10.0.0 but update fails. I do it with yum:

yum update psa* --skip-broken -t

but it fails and I get the errors at the end:

Skip-broken could not solve problems
Error: plesk-mail-pc-driver conflicts with psa-qmail
Error: plesk-mail-pc-driver conflicts with psa-qmail-rblsmtpd
Error: plesk-mail-qc-driver conflicts with plesk-mail-pc-driver
Error: plesk-core conflicts with plesk-billing
Error: Missing Dependency: sw-engine = 2.0 is needed by package plesk-billing-6.0.4-20090625.11.noarch (installed)
Error: Missing Dependency: pp-sitebuilder >= 10.3.0 is needed by package psa-10.3.0-cos5.build1012110629.18.x86_64 (plesk)
Error: plesk-mail-pc-driver conflicts with plesk-mail-qc-driver

Is there a way that I could solve this?

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How do you want to solve this? Which of the conflicting packages do you want to eliminate? –  mailq Aug 24 '11 at 12:33
    
I'm not even sure what those packages mean. –  Caballero Aug 24 '11 at 13:14
    
Isn't this the question you have to ask yourself? And trying to force something you don't know with --skip-broken is not a good option, is it? Better question to yourself: Why updating when it's working? –  mailq Aug 24 '11 at 13:18
    
I have to update because I'm switching servers and I need 100% compatibility (Plesk 10 is on the old server) –  Caballero Aug 24 '11 at 13:22

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Solved. Just used this autoinstaller and everything worked fine:

parallels_installer_v3.10.0_build110701.11_os_CentOS_5_x86_64
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I had this same issue 2 days ago - I had to update from 9.2.2 via SSH to 9.5.4 then remove sitebuilder before it allowed me to update to 10.3.1 - works great now and has the updated sitebuilder on not that its used! The best way is probably what @Caballero said but this was useful for me and may help some one else out.

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Try rebooting the server and update the Plesk using the autoinstaller or GUI Updater.

You can also check the migration with http://kb.parallels.com/en/9436

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