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Backup confusion

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by timtrott, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. timtrott

    timtrott Guest

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    When a domain backup was run for a particular domain an email was generated that said both that the backup had failed and that it was successful.

    So, which is it? Can the backup be trusted or not? The following text was copied from the same single email message from the server:

    Subject: Backup process has failed for domain '(some).com'

    Backup process is done.

    ==================================================

    Single domain backup is successfully completed
     
  2. nos4

    nos4 Guest

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    i recieve same problem says faild at bottom success but no backups in dump dir. any ideas yet?
     
  3. Waylander

    Waylander Guest

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    same here...

    i postet it some days ago, but no help...

    link

    the support is just.... uhm...
     
  4. BoXie

    BoXie Guest

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    Are you running most recent version of Plesk ? Because this problem should be fixed already.

    I had it also on an older version. But it's fixed now.
     
  5. Waylander

    Waylander Guest

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    problem still occurs on rh9/psa7.5.2.
     
  6. timtrott

    timtrott Guest

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    I had the problem running the current Plesk on Red Hat Enterprise 3, but when I moved everything to Fedora 2 the problem went away.
     
  7. nos4

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    i have fc2 , i think the problem is i removed postgres later on saw this error and then reinstalled it . what does the backup need to see as far as pg being setup? im sure a reinstall of plesk will probably fix it but i cant do that.
    any ideas?
     
  8. Theodor

    Theodor New Pleskian

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    hi,
    Use the rsync is the best Ideea to make a backup your Server or data :O)
     
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