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Manual Restore

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by downkaos, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. downkaos

    downkaos Guest

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    I'm trying to manually restore 3 domains from another server and here is what I get when I try:

    [root@main bin]# ./psarestore -f /home/ross/jufusworld.co.uk_2004.12.30_02.55 -m ip_map -s shells

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

    Attempt to connect to MySQL server ... done

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

    Checking packages installation ... done

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

    Restoration is stopped: domain dump is detected.

    the ip_map file consists of one ip and the shells file just has /bin/bash in it.
     
  2. sakshale@

    sakshale@ Guest

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    Insure that your mysqld is running. It sound like it may be offline.

    # ps auxww | grep mysql
     
  3. samkinch

    samkinch Guest

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    This is what I use to manually restore either a client (with their associated domains) or a single domain of a client.

    Client Restore – On Site Repository Sample
    /usr/local/psa/bin/psarestore -f /home/backup/client-johnBU --clients-logins=/home/backup/psa-files/client-john -s /home/backup/psa-files/shell-john -m /home/backup/psa-files/ipmap-john

    Domain Restore – On Site Repository Sample
    /usr/local/psa/bin/psarestore -f /home/backup/yourdomainbackupfile --domains-names=/home/backup/psa-files/yourdomainfile -s /home/backup/psa-files/shell-template -m /home/backup/psa-files/ipmap-template --single-domain-mode --domain-name=yourdomain.org --domain-ip=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx --client-login=john
     
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