expected extraction point my_account was not found. Guessing the tar dir is ./public_html/static/modules based on the extraction results.
Sorry, we were unable to transfer the account. Information about my_account's primary domain is either missing or corrupt. For more information, please examine /home/cprestore/./public_html/static/modules/cp/my_account
checked 34 files.....
Is this really true? I was just about to deploy a cpanel server on FreeBSD. That would be a real shame. Fantastic operating system.Since Cpanel is ending support of Freebsd, I have been moving all my accounts to Centos machines and so far nothing has gone wrong. Just make sure your Freebsd cpanel backup is of a fairly recent Cpanel version. I mean it might be possible the restoration fails due to your freebsd being too old. Also if your existing freebsd install is "broken" and you have been living with that for some time then this could be causing issues as well.
Okay that makes a bit more sense... Any speculation as to how long the lack of FreeBSD support will last?If you read the documentation on 11.30:
cPanel & WHM Version 11.30 Long-Term Support Announcement - cPanel Inc.
We would only support FreeBSD up to cPanel/WHM 11.30 versions for long-term support. This includes all existing FreeBSD versions at this time.
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