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Account copy error... suggestions?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hendricknet, May 14, 2005.

  1. hendricknet

    hendricknet Member

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    The history: I tried copying an account from another company's cpanel server using the account login information. The account seemed to copy, but not entirely. I was going to attempt to recopy the account, so I terminated it via WHM and tried the copy again. Upon doing this, I get the following message.

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    Attempting to login as username to userdomain.net via ftp
    Login ok
    Uploading Htaccess
    Uploading Wrapper
    Uploading Dectector
    Uploading Packager
    Uploading Downloader
    Uploading Killer
    chmoding scripts
    Found uid to be: 32148
    Compiling wrapper
    uploading wrapper
    chmodding wrapper
    Closing FTP Control
    Packing Account using suexec method

    pkgacct started.
    pkgacct version 2.9 - running with uid 32148
    /tmp/cpmove-username exists, please remove it and try again
    DOWNLOAD READY in /tmp/cpmove-username.tar.gz
    Downloading Tarball
    Removing Scripts using suexec method

    UNLINKED
    Checksum Failure [[d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e]] [[]]...trace information follows...

    HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    Date: Sat, 14 May 2005 16:23:07 GMT
    Server: Apache
    Connection: close
    Content-Type: text/html

    pkgacct started.
    pkgacct version 2.9 - running with uid 32148
    /tmp/cpmove-username exists, please remove it and try again
    DOWNLOAD READY in /tmp/cpmove-username.tar.gz



    Error while copying account...! Aborting Extraction
    ===============================================================

    I verified that the file does not exist in the /tmp directory.

    Any other suggestions?
     
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