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Migration manager still resets all SSL certificates

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by DraganM, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. DraganM

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    Dear Plesk,

    I first reported this bug on May 12th .. its now Sept 22 and it still isn't fixed!

    http://forum.parallels.com/showthread.php?t=90260

    When you use the migration manager it will reset all SSL certificates on all IP addresses on the server you are migrating to (it sets them to the default server certificate).

    Can you please fix this soon as it makes the migration manager completely useless...

    I've confirmed this on both centos 4 32bit and centos 5 64bit running plesk 9.2.2
     
  2. Yeolegood

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    Thank you for highlighting this case. Our development team is already aware of this issue and is working on the fix, for more information please refer to knowledge base article below:

    http://kb.odin.com/en/6627
     
  3. DraganM

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    Thanks for looking at this but from the knowledge base article you pointed to is not the bug that I'm trying to explain.

    The bug is more than just the ssl certificate not being migrated. In fact the ssl certificate is migrated correctly. The problem is that every single ssl certificate for every interface on the server you are migrating to is RESET to the default certificate .. So if you have 200 ssl certificates installed and you use the migration manager to migrate a site then after the migration all 200 sites will be set to the "default certificate".
     
  4. HostasaurusS

    HostasaurusS New Pleskian

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    This is effecting us as well. Plesk 9.2.2 with 100 domains, did a migration this morning for one client and domain from a Plesk 8 server and ALL domains on the 9.2.2 server had their SSL certificates set back to the default certificate.
     
  5. xt881m

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    DraganM - They are aware of the issue you are trying to describe, I have raised it with them. They don't know when it will be fixed though.
     
  6. xt881m

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    Any update on this, Parallels?
     
  7. DraganM

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    Are their any updates to this or a temp fix / workaround?
     
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  9. xt881m

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    Apparently not.
     
  10. xt881m

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    Update--I have chased this up with support and they still do not know an ETA for this being fixed.
     
  11. Hostasaurus.Com

    Hostasaurus.Com Regular Pleskian

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    It gets better; 9.2.3 has introduced a new bug where migration manager now extracts the migrated files in /tmp even though it brings them over in the directory you specify in the wizard, so if you're migrating a site larger than the server's /tmp directory, it will fill it up and then the control panel stops responding until you remove the files manually and restart Plesk.
     
  12. IgorG

    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    Look at new workaround here.
     
  13. DraganM

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    Thanks for this!

    Thanks for fixing this!
     
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    We just hit the same issue using the migration manager to move a site from a Plesk 9.2.3 installation on RHEL4 to another Plesk 9.2.3 installation on RHEL4.

    The certificate for all sites using a dedicated IP address and a dedicate certificate was reset to the certificate of the default site using the main IP address of the server. We had to manually reassign the correct certificate to all sites!

    Besides the provided workaround, do you know when a permanent fix for this will be included in an updated Plesk version?

    Thanks.
     
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    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    I hope that it will be included to the next Plesk update but I'm not responsible to provide any ETA when it will be released.
     
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