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DA to Cpanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jessay, Oct 20, 2009.

  1. jessay

    jessay Registered

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    Whenever I attempt to transfer my DA accounts to my new Cpanel server I am getting permissions denied throughout the entire event and thus no list. Even with my admin and reseller ssh login and pass. Then just trying to do a single cross over I still get loads and loads of messages stating

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    	cPScript::FileUtils::TouchFile::touchfile('/etc/.trueuserdomains') called at ./updateuserdomains line 161
    warn [cPScript::FileUtils::TouchFile] Failed to create /etc/.trueuserdomains: No such file or directory
    touch: cannot touch `/etc/.domainusers': Permission denied
    touch: cannot touch `/etc/.domainusers': Permission denied
    
    please someone rescue me and tell me I am not going to have to manually migrate over 45 mysql accounts......
     
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    apogee Well-Known Member

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    run as root

    PHP:
    touch /etc/.domainusers
     
  3. jessay

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    tried that.
    I guess I will have to settle for single account transfers as multiple is refusing to work no matter what account i try or user/sudo combination I do. Atleast its not all manual just mindless time consumption.
     
  4. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Or feel welcome to use our free migration service: cPanel Migration Services - cPanel Inc. - we will be able to resolve migration issues as long as we have root access to both the cPanel/WHM server and the DA server.
     
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    cPanelJesse Technical Analyst Manager
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    There may be some weird permissions on /etc/ or the user you are using for the transfer does not have permission to write there. Are you making sure to use root, or an account that has su/sudo rights?

    If you would like, you can submit a ticket like David Grega stated, and I'd be more than happy to look into this for you.
     
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