haze

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I am moving sites from cpanel server to cpanel server and im having issue. I have contacted cpanel support, but they basically told me im on my own here. Besides resorting to copying everything individually and carying that over ( I have 600 accounts total to move over ) any ideas how i might be able to trouble shoot this?

Tried removing the cpmove files in /home

I am getting a bunch of these errors:
cp: cannot create regular file

Timeouts:
Creating Archive .......
...............
Timeout ...

And finally:
Done
Verifying tarball checksum.....Checksum Matches (Actual username is hatoya)!
Tarball copy ok!
Extracting tarball....Done
Extracting Domain....Done
Sorry, the copy failed. Unable to find the cpanel user file
Account Restore Failed...

Any ideas?
 

MrHits

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perhaps some of your files are too big, I too had to move several hundred accounts, this cut down quite a bit of file sizes from the user accounts:

1) clear all webalizer cache files (very big)

ls -al /home/|awk {'print $3'}|awk {'print &cat /dev/null&/home/& $1&/tmp/webalizer/dns_cache.db&'}|sh

2) clear all analog cache files:
ls -al /home/|awk {'print $3'}|awk {'print &cat /dev/null&/home/& $1&/tmp/analog/cache&'}|sh

Maybe even search /usr/local/apache/domlogs

and cat dev null into any very large log files.

Also, I will check the cpu load on the server that you are both packaging and unpackaging on.

I used the multiple account copy function and didnt have a problem.

Sincerely

Jeremy
 

haze

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Upon looking again at the matter, i think the users domlog file is to huge. I think I have a handle on it now.
 

haze

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Yep, was the domlog afterall. Its all good now :)