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cPanel to cPanel migration problem..

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shortfork, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. shortfork

    shortfork Well-Known Member

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    The support team at softlayer have seemingly exhausted their resources on this.. new server provisioned yesterday, two drives on both old and new boxes.. Get error when trying to copy sites from old to new.. I've got a TT in on this since this AM but thought I'd see if anyone could give me a clue so I could maybe fix it myself..

    Code:
    Attempting to copy blist387 from my.ip.addy
     Testing my.ip.add for xfer streaming support....Supported!
     Packaging the account: (/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/pkgacct --use_backups --skiphomedir blist387 ~admin --split --compressed --mysql 5.5 --skipbwdata)...
     pkgacct started.
     pkgacct -- attempting to use daily backup to create a account package
     [backupmount] Setting up mount
     [backupmount] running: /bin/mount /backup/
     mount: /dev/sdb1 already mounted or /backup busy
     mount: according to mtab, /dev/sdb1 is already mounted on /backup
     [backupmount] running: /bin/mount -o remount,rw /backup/
     Failed to mkdir /backup//cpbackup/cpmove: File exists at /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/pkgacct line 234.
     pkgacct using daily backups to decrease package time
     Hard linking daily backup (/backup//cpbackup/daily/cpmove-blist387) to working dir (/backup//cpbackup/cpmove/cpmove-blist387).............
     Done
     pkgacct version 10 - user : blist387 - tarball: 1 - target mysql : 5.5 - split: 1 - incremental: 1 - homedir: 0 - archive version: 3 - running with uid 0
     pkgacct working dir : /backup//cpbackup/cpmove/cpmove-blist387
     Copying Reseller Config...Done
     Copying Suspension Info (if needed)...Done
     Copying SSL Certificates, CSRS, and Keys...Done
     Copying Domain Keys....Done
     Copying Counter Data....Done
     Copying Dns Zones.......somedomain.com...Done
     Copying Mail files....Done
     Copying frontpage files.......www.somedomain.com.conf (site)......somedomain.com.conf (site)......somedomain.com:80.cnf (fpcfg)......www.somedomain.com:443.cnf (fpcfg)......somedomain.com:443.cnf (fpcfg)......www.somedomain.com:80.cnf (fpcfg)...Done
     Copying proftpd file....Done
     Copying www logs.......log file sizes [577 byte(s)]......somedomain.com......somedomain.com-bytes_log...Done
     Copy userdata...Done
     Copy custom virtualhost templates...Done
     Copying mailman lists and archives....
     Done
     Determining mysql dbs......mysql version: 5.0......mysqldump version: 5.0...Saving mysql privs...mysql skipped (last change @ Wed Jun 12 01:23:23 2013, current backup @ Wed Jun 12 03:26:24 2013)
     Done
     
    Skipping Logaholic Backup. Logaholic is globally disabled on this system.
     
    Storing mysql dbs...horde.turba_objects.........
     (1578 bytes) horde.turba_shares(1530 bytes) horde.horde_prefs(1570 bytes) horde.kronolith_shares(1596 bytes) horde.kronolith_storage(1596 bytes) horde.mnemo_memos(1574 bytes) horde.nag_tasks(1566 bytes) ...Done
     Copying cpuser file.......Done
     Copying crontab file.......Done
     Copying quota info.......Done
     Domain data backup is already current....Done
     Storing ssl domain......Done
     Copying password.......Done
     Copying shell.......Done
     Creating Archive .............
     
    
    
    Done
     pkgacct target is: /backup//cpbackup/cpmove/cpmove-blist387
     [backupmount] Shutting down mount
     [backupmount] running: /bin/mount -o remount,ro /backup/
     [backupmount] running: /bin/umount /backup/
     umount: /backup: device is busy
     umount: /backup: device is busy
     
    Done
     393.89 GB free, need 3.81 MB
     Using the archive split method!
     File #1: /backup//cpbackup/cpmove/cpmove-blist387-split/cpmove-blist387.tar.gz.part00001: 059b0def1ac5f28bde08b7350289339d
     Copy Destination: /home
     Remote file is: /backup//cpbackup/cpmove/cpmove-blist387-split/cpmove-blist387.tar.gz.part00001
     Setting permissions on the account package... 
    chown: changing ownership of `/backup//cpbackup/cpmove/cpmove-blist387-split/cpmove-blist387.tar.gz.part00001': Read-only file system
     chown: changing ownership of `/backup//cpbackup/cpmove/cpmove-blist387-split': Read-only file system
     
    
    
    
    Command failed with exit status 1
    THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!!!!!!
     
    #1 shortfork, Jun 12, 2013
    Last edited: Jun 12, 2013
  2. BlaineM.

    BlaineM. cPanel QA Analyst
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  3. shortfork

    shortfork Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Blaine... I actually put in a ticket before I posted.. I've been spinning my wheels on this and the reason we're moving to the new box for almost a week and I'm pretty spent!!

    Softlayer is currently looking at it... probably important for you to know.. I don't see real progress... maybe but.. Damn they do try hard there though! (not meant as plug for softlayer)

    Anyway... THANKS! I love cPanel.. (most of the time.. grin)

    Wayne Sagar
     
  4. cPanelMichael

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    Hello :)

    It looks like this is the result of the following error message noted in the transfer logs you provided:

    You will need to ensure the file system is not in read-only mode so the transfer can proceed normally. This sometimes requires FSCK (File System Check) during a system boot.

    Thank you.
     
  5. shortfork

    shortfork Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the help everyone, we managed (a while ago) to get it fixed and all's well now...
     
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