Easy Engine 3.0 Update Fails updating configuration


#1

Hello rtCamp, EE Update to 3.0 fails with the following error:

Using /usr/local/lib/python3.2/dist-packages/cement-2.4.0-py3.2.egg Finished processing dependencies for ee==3.0

For EasyEngine (ee) auto completion, run the following command

source /etc/bash_completion.d/ee_auto.rc

EasyEngine (ee) installed successfully EasyEngine (ee) help: https://rtcamp.com/easyengine/docs/

Updating EasyEngine 3.0 configuration sed: -e expression #1, char 37: unterminated `s’ command [ Thu Feb 12 00:57:51 EST 2015 ] Unable to update configuration, exit status 1

This is on Ubuntu version:

Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS Release: 12.04 Codename: precise


#2

HI @davidedwards, Can you please post your EasyEngine 2 configuration?

cat /etc/easyengine/ee.conf

#3

Hello gau1991, thanks so much for prompt reply:

# EasyEngine (ee) configuration file

[stack]
        apt-get-assume-yes = true
        gpg-key-fix = false
        ip-address =

[mysql]
        grant-grant-host = localhost
        db-name = false
        db-user = false
        grant-host = localhost

[wordpress]
        prefix = false
        user =
        password =
        email = coralseait@gmail.com

#4

Note also this is an Easy Engine install that has been running since 1.7 (I think) days and has been upgraded through each new release.


#5

I have same problem

# EasyEngine (ee) configuration file

[stack]
    apt-get-assume-yes = true
    gpg-key-fix = false
    ip-address = 

[mysql]
    grant-grant-host = localhost
    db-name = false
    db-user = false
    grant-host = localhost

[wordpress]
    prefix = false
    user = 
    password = 
    email = manuelchiarlo@amanuensi.info

#6

RESOLVED

Hi Guys, had same issue, and after some troubleshooting, just need to remove the following bung line from the [mysql] section of your old /etc/easyengine/ee.conf

grant-grant-host = localhost

you will note that the correct line is present further down (grant-host = localhost)

Cheers


#7

@tonyw, Thanks for pointing this,

I was also missed that, it has one extra keyword grant-grant-host


#8

I also fixed this,

Fix will be available with EasyEngine 3.0.3


#9

Hi @davidedwards

It’s been a long time, and we haven’t heard from you. It looks like your issue is resolved.

I am closing this support topic for now. Feel free to create a new support topic if you have any queries further. :slight_smile:


#10