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Plesk Migration 9.2.1 Dedicated To 9.5.1 OpenVz Ve

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by avme, May 8, 2010.

  1. avme

    avme Guest

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    Hi all,

    Im been trying now for 6 days to try and migrate from an old Pentium 3 server dual to a new server which i have installed with OpenVz, Whilst its taken about 3 days to get the all the bean counters correct for install im still having major issues trying to migrate only about 40 customers and 72 domains...

    Ive been having alot of Internal Server Errors when trying to migrate, but i beleive ive sorted this by editing the following

    ive played around with this figure and 9000 seems to hold everything together

    my problem is now the migration is running into the following problems and then failing which i mayb suspect is due to time out but i get 50% the way through and then it says failed, the log in the panel doesnt return anything when you click on the currentmigration but the log file in /var/log/sw-cp-server/error_log suggests the following

    as i understadn this is either mailbox or users passwords which do not meet PAM specs
    my question is would this stop the migration from completing???

    is there anything else i can check to see why this migration keep failing???
    any help would be appreciated

    Kind Regards

    Alan Sherlock
     
  2. avme

    avme Guest

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    Hi Guys just to give you an update, looks like i may of figured out the main reason themigration has
    failed every time.

    As [root@puma dump]# vzctl exec 200 cat /proc/user_beancounters doesnt show me any breach
    of the limited ive been digging around for other things to watch out for...

    Ive now found that running this command now gives me the inodes count which is where my migration
    has been falling down, ive been increasing it each time and getting a little further each time..

    does any one know what the right inodes block would be to run a plesk server inside a ve with arounf 80 domains
    and about 22 clients???

    Any suggestions would be helpful

    Kind Regards

    Alan
     
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