I’ve had i-MSCP 1.3.8 running (on Trusty) since the day it was released, so I am still new. I attempted to upgrade to 1.3.10 but bailed out of the installer when it asked me for SQL server information that seemed to indicate it was trying to do a new installation instead of an upgrade. I must have omitted the “-d” parameter. Now i-MSCP is broken, and even when I try to run the installer with the “-d” parameter, I am being prompted for details that terrify me (what IP addresses to allocate, etc.)
Running the 1.3.8 installer with the “-d” option halts with the following error: “iMSCP::Stepper::_callback: Initialization vector must be exactly 8 bytes long when using the Crypt::Blowfish cipher at /usr/local/src/imscp-1.3.8/engine/PerlLib/iMSCP/Crypt.pm line 487.” Evidently, 1.3.10 code and SQL Database changes have been written but something has been lost. I have my imscp and config backups (from /var/www/imscp/backups) tucked away and am hoping the solution is in there.