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psadump not available!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Jason_I_Am, Jan 22, 2006.

  1. Jason_I_Am

    Jason_I_Am Guest


    I want to backup each of the accounts on my setup periodically. I've seen many refer to psadump and psarestore for this process. I tried to use these commands myself only to find they're unavailable...

    "-bash: psadump: command not found"

    I've tried changing to the directory where it should reside ( /usr/local/psa/bin/ ) and tried different combinations of running it (ie. "./psadump" as well as just "psadump"), but I always get the same error.

    I'm on a GoDaddy VPS. Have they removed this functionality? Is there a way of searching the filesystem for it?
    I'd rather not use some alternate script for something like this. I'd prefer to use psadump.

    Any help? :)
  2. electronicfur

    electronicfur Guest

    To search your filesystem you can run

    find . -name psadump

    which will search for files named psadump within the current directory and all it's subdirs. Do a "man find" for more info.

  3. jwdick

    jwdick Guest

    My GoDaddy VPS has psadump in this directory: