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Plesk 7.5 database crash... Restore old database?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by coh_hl, May 25, 2005.

  1. coh_hl

    coh_hl Guest


    We have a very serious problem.

    Everything started with that PHP and MySQL didn't work... There was a dynamic value that Plesk didn't change that caused the crash...

    We tried to upgrade plesk yesterday ( 24th of May) to the latest version, but it wasn't sucessfull.

    Now the plesk database is currupt and we cannot access Plesk. There is a error message in the Web browser when we try to reach Plesk... Now we have turned off Plesk so I can't give you the error messages, but I know it's the database causing the problem (the Planet told us).

    We have psa dumps from 14th of april. Do they content the Plesk database? How do I extract it ? Can you please describe what command will use? Maybe I can extract all files to a temporary folder and then copy the database back.

    Thank you very much in advance.
  2. ThE-KinG

    ThE-KinG Guest

    I am not expert but you can try to restore psa database with the code below.

    mysql -u admin -p `cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow` psa < /path/to/database.sql

    Good Luck.