I upgraded my pbx from 2.09 to 2.11. In that process I had to also update Asterisk from 1.4 to 1.8.x. I performed that update successfully and then upgraded to 2.10 and then to 2.11. Unfortunately now I am not able to Apply my configuration and I am getting [FATAL] Unable to connect to Asterisk Manager from /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf, aborting.
The installation is not from the distro, it was installed separately about 4 years ago.
When I try to start asterisk from the console it says segmentation fault. I am guessing some module did not get updated properly. Just not sure how to best troubleshoot the issue.
I would just recompile asterisk assuming you are not using RPM’s for that. Something probably went pear shaped during that part.
make clean && make distclean
./configure && make menuselect
make && make install
Any amount of recompiling will not help.
When you can connect to the server on tcp/5038 using an accredited account and password, it will work. your /etc/asterisk/manager* tree will show you what is acceptable. How you set up FreePBX particularly that bit, in newer versions can pre-empt what “used to work”
He said asterisk wasn’t starting.
I dont understand your instructions in post #3
is this tread the the same issue im having?
Reload failed because retrieve_conf encountered an error: 255
PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class ext_senddtmf in /var/www/html/admin/modules/dahdiconfig/modules/sangoma.module on line 0
I renamed all the asterisk directories to .bak
I installed the x86_64 version of asterisk and some files are installed to /var/lib64/asterisk instead of /var/lib/asterisk. FreePBX could not find the path and I had to change it in a few places.
After that I was able to get into FreePBX and it gave me some error messages to work through. I had to change ownership of some files to the asterisk user and then had to manually copy back some asterisk config files and media files.
Is there any reason why i cant just diable the module and go back to the previouse version?
Does anyone know what module is causing this problem?
I see alot of post about retrieve_conf errors but all with different effects
and stratagies to fix
With asterisk 11 things a more complicated to install on 64 bit.
You have to:
./configure --libdir=/usr/lib64 && make menuselect
and before installing FreePBX you have to
sed -i “s_/usr/lib_/usr/lib64_” asterisk.conf install_amp libfreepbx.install.php
otherwise you have to go in after and make changes to the conf file and one setting in advanced settings in FreePBX that points to /usr/lib by default. I put in a feature request to build 64bit detection into install_amp but I wouldn’t hold my breath.