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Migration Manager and Backup Problems

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by stephhh, Apr 1, 2006.

  1. stephhh

    stephhh Guest

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    Hi!

    I've just updated to Plesk 8 on my Debian 3.1 Sarge System.
    At first nothing realy worked (elemts and services were shown as not installed, though the Updater said latest version installed), but after an "apt-get remove drweb-base" and a reistallation of it via Plesk Updater almost everything worked fine.

    Now, when i try to migrate Resellers from my old Confixx 3.1 to Plesk with the migration manager, i always get errors concerning mailboxes. No matter with wich reseller i try, it's always the same and the Migration Manager stops.

    The errormessage looks like this:
    Furthermore i always get an error, when trying to Use the Backup Manager.

    The errormessage looks like this:
    When installing the Migration Manager via Updater it requires the Backup Tools to be installed at the same time.
    And somehow, both of them produce errors, but these errors do not seem to have a relation, as far as i can see.

    So, my hope is that anyone here may be able to help me fixing the problems.
    Any here, who has any hints for me? *hope*

    Regards from Hamburg in Germany

    Steph
     
  2. stephhh

    stephhh Guest

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    Hi Again!

    Ok, after long i've fixed the Backup-Problem manualy.

    I was just opening the file /opt/psa/etc/plesk_backup_manager_db.sql and copied the code into PHPmyAdmin.

    ... and ERROR!

    My MySQL didn't like the "COLLATE utf8_general_ci".
    So i removed it and tried it again and....

    ERROR! -Once again.

    This time MySQL didn't like "CHARACTER SET binary" so i changed "binary" to utf8 and...

    SUCCESS!

    This time it worked! After that i changed val manually and gave it the attribute "binary" and saved.

    After that i tried some Backups and everything seems to work pretty good!

    Only the Migration Manager Problem remains...

    Greetz from Germany

    Steph
     
  3. dm__@

    dm__@ Guest

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    Seen half-a-dozen such a problems. Please contact support, it always was a bug in migration manager if such symptoms are observed.
     
  4. jovana

    jovana Regular Pleskian

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    I have solve this problem, by running this script:
    /usr/local/psa/etc/pmm/pmm_db.sql

    Code:
    -- Main PMM table
    CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS PMM (
            sessionId varchar(250) CHARACTER SET binary NOT NULL,
            param     varchar(250) CHARACTER SET ascii COLLATE ascii_general_ci NOT NULL,
            val       varchar(255) CHARACTER SET binary,
            PRIMARY KEY (sessionId, param)
    ) TYPE=InnoDB;
    
    -- Saved PMM params from last migration session (defaults)
    CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS PMMDefault (
            param varchar(255) CHARACTER SET ascii COLLATE ascii_general_ci NOT NULL,
            val   varchar(255) CHARACTER SET binary,
            PRIMARY KEY (param)
    ) TYPE=InnoDB;
    
     
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