Separate names with a comma.
One more question. I am having to do this because the "/var/lib/mysql/mysql" folder was deleted, correct?
So , I have to go through each account and restore via whm? Thanks for your help!
Backups are enabled. Per account only was selected. Bad huh?
I accidentally deleted half of the databases on my server including the mysql folder. I wrote a script to restore the files but still get...
This method works very well for me.
It makes no difference what the nameservers are. At least none that I can think of...
mv httpdcleanup.txt httpdcleanup
chmod 755 httpdcleanup
Or simply place in backup folder and name it USERNAME.tar.gz then use whm to restore.
I think you need to make the file /home/cpmove-USERNAME.tar.gz
lfd on one server has started killing processes left and right. Most emails look like the following:
Time: Tue Sep 4 08:43:36 2007...
Thank you for your reply! Does "du -h --max-depth=1" (above) not tell us that there is not 8gigs of stuff on that partition?
du -h --max-depth=1:
I get the following from df:
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda5 8254240 8254232...
Try running it again to see if it fixes that error. If not, you will have to do so manually.
Added to new version for servers that may have this issue...
Please try this for me:
At around line 86 find:
for cl in `cat $mypath/data/httpd.d`; do
grep "$cl" $hpath/httpd.conf >...
This is one of the reasons I wrote this script:
Restore gets to "Restoring reseller privs (if any)" and stops. Any ideas?
WHM 11.2.0 cPanel 11.8.0-C15689
This script SHOULD do what you want. It uses /scripts/pkgacct to pack up account and then moves the gz file into the home directory of the...