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migration wizard fails

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by ridgey, Jan 7, 2007.

  1. ridgey

    ridgey Guest

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    Hi there,

    I have 2 PSA 8.1 servers, one running on RHEL4 and the other is a Fedora Core 5 system. Trying to use the migration wizard to migrate from the RHEL4 to Fedora Core 5 system get the following error on the step just before selecting the domains to migrate :

    Error during dump file retrieving.
    Remote agent failed with the following stderr messages: 01:56:16 INFO FileFinder: pwd resolved to //bin/pwd
    01:56:16 INFO ------------------------------------------------------------
    01:56:16 INFO FILE storage initialized.
    01:56:16 INFO Base directory: /migration/supervisor.3289
    01:56:16 INFO Gzip bundles: yes
    01:56:16 INFO Bundle split size: do not split
    01:56:16 INFO ------------------------------------------------------------
    01:56:16 INFO ------------------------------------------------------------
    01:56:16 INFO Migration status reporting initialized.
    01:56:16 INFO Status file: /migration/supervisor.3289/dumping-status.xml
    01:56:16 INFO ------------------------------------------------------------
    01:56:16 INFO New connection: mysql DBI connection. db psa, user admin, host localhost
    01:56:16 TRACE SQL: SELECT ip_address, type FROM IP_Addresses
    01:56:16 TRACE SQL: SELECT c.login, p.ip_address FROM clients c LEFT JOIN Repository r ON c.pool_id = r.rep_id LEFT JOIN IP_Addresses p ON r.component_id = p.id
    01:56:16 TRACE SQL: SELECT d.displayName, p.ip_address FROM domains d, IP_Addresses p, hosting h WHERE p.id = h.ip_address_id AND h.dom_id = d.id
    01:56:16 TRACE SQL: SELECT d.displayName, p.ip_address FROM domains d, IP_Addresses p, forwarding f WHERE p.id = f.ip_address_id AND f.dom_id = d.id
    01:56:16 TRACE SQL: SELECT displayName FROM domains WHERE htype = 'none'
    01:56:16 TRACE SQL: SELECT d.displayName, c.login FROM clients c LEFT JOIN domains d ON d.cl_id = c.id


    this continues to repeat for every domain on the server.

    Has anyone had or seen this problem before?

    Regards
     
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