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Backup is so slow and not completed!

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by saqur, Dec 18, 2008.

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  1. saqur

    saqur Member

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    Hi there,

    I have a VPS and I want to transfer my accounts to another VPS, both have WHM/CPanel.

    I tried to make a full backup from every account but every time I wan to generate a backup it complete after 1 day or a few less!
    after that I used cpbackup command for creating a backup from all acconts. they are only 60 accounts with 10 GB storage, but that completed after 2 days.
    After all, I transferred some of accounts but now I see they have no database backed up.
    after looking backup log file, more errors has been occurred on mysql some of them are:
    I went to update cpanel to latest current but I have a problem that came here: http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?p=456005#post456005

    Can you solve these?!
    regards,
     
  2. yolau

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    you seem to have some mysql problems.
    make sure that you are not running out of RAM on your VPS.
    you should also check the mysqld.log file for details.
     
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    thanks for yor answer.
    After those error I tried to dump databases and then more times I gave errors like above. After all I can dump all of databases & transfer to new VPS and import them one by one.
    but still I don't know what was the problem with mysql. Old VPS has 1GB dedicated ram and no memory problem. mysql service restart at any time without logging why!
     
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    This error message is self-explanatory. It might be a network connectivity problem. Ask your host to check on the condition of your network, if this error occurs frequently. For more information about this problem, I suggest you search MySQL Web site at: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/error-lost-connection.html
     
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    Self-explanatory if you read what the user was having issues with, which are not network related.

    It is localhost.

    Why would that be a network error?
     
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