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Problem with Plesk 8.0

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by netzrate, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. netzrate

    netzrate Guest

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    Hello,

    i have a Problem with Plesk 8.0.
    If i want to backup my domain an error message came:

    Fehler bei der Migration
    Unable get daemon current status: Unable to create UNIX socket /usr/local/psa/tmp/supervisor.1703: Connection refused

    All other Domains i can backup, only this Domain not.
    After a Server Reboot the Problem is still alive.

    Who can help me? What can i do??

    Greetings from Germany!

    Michael
     
  2. netzrate

    netzrate Guest

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    by the way, some cronjobs not work.
    And for this Domain as a automatic Backup-Job activ.
     
  3. loopy

    loopy Guest

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    Hallo Michael,

    gruss zurück :)

    Habe momentan genau das gleiche Problem am Hals.
    Allerdings bei einem Reseller, nicht bei einer speziellen Domain.

    Bin gerade am Suchen nach einer Lösung.
    Mal schauen wer schneller ist :rolleyes:

    Falls ich was finde, lasse ich es dich wissen
     
  4. loopy

    loopy Guest

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    Hello Michael,

    i found a workaround, not really a solution.
    I created a temporary new reseller in Plesk and moved all domains from the old reseller to the new one.
    After that I deleted the old account and created it new.

    Result:
    Backups for this account are possible again.

    I suggest you delete the according account and create it new.
    It worked for me.
     
  5. Traged1

    Traged1 Guest

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    I am having the same issue, however removing the domain is not an option as this is a live site with thousands of users on it each day, and the account is mission critical. We simply cannot afford the downtime to this site, and if we remove the account and then re-create it we will lose this customer, which is very bad.
     
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