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Backup file is >2GB, upload through Plesk issues

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Windows Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by rick.pri, Jun 6, 2011.

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    I'm guessing that there is no way to use the Backup manager to upload and automatically convert a .psa from a v8.3 version of Plesk to Plesk 10.2 as you get the usual HTTP Error 404.13.

    This is using IIS 7.5 in 32bit mode.
     
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    Yes, I have done that, however, I can't increase this value over 2GB.
     
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    I am moving from v8.3 of Plesk Panel to v10.2 and that article relates to v9 of Plesk Panel.
     
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    Splitting of huge backup files does not depend on Plesk version.
     
  7. rick.pri

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    The article seems to imply otherwise:

    "In Parallels Panel 9 a new backup option were[sic] added - "-split"."
     
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    /plesk_installation_directory/bin/pleskbackup --clients -l=<file name> <backup file name> --exclude-file <file name> -v -s=500M

    Does this look right?

    Edit: The examples aren't particularly good for what I want to do, as you should be able to tell from the above command line.

    Edit 2: Also, I'm not sure what the format should be for the exclude file as I want to back up multiple clients but exclude some individual domains in those clients.
     
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    Okay so:
    plesk_installation_directory\pleskbackup --batch-mode --config-file="C:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Desktop\test.psc" -s=500M

    That doesn't work as the flies don't split.

    And:
    plesk_installation_directory\pleskbackup --clients-file="<file path>" --dump-file="<file path>" --exclude-file="<file path>" -s=500M

    Doesn't work either as nothing is backed up
     
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