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ERROR when transfering account... first time

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by kipasa, Oct 15, 2003.

  1. kipasa

    kipasa Registered

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    I am trying to transfer an account into my server using the proper FTP information from the folloing WHM link: "Copy an account from another server with account password".

    I get this error for the FIRST time:
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    Removing Scripts using suexec method

    UNLINKED
    Checksum Failure [[40487cc7766c649bb50a61c7ead795df]] [[]]...trace information follows...Copying Mail files....Done
    Copying frontpage file....Done
    Copying proftpd file....Done
    Copying www logs.............
    Done
    Grabbing mysql dbs...Done
    Grabbing mysql privs...Done
    Copying mailman lists....Done
    Copying mailman archives....Done
    Copying homedir....Done
    Copying cpuser file.......Done
    Copying quota info.......Done
    Storing Subdomains....
    Done
    Storing Parked Domains....
    Done
    Storing Addon Domains....
    Done
    Copying password.......Done
    Copying shell.......Done
    pkgacctfile is: /tmp/cpmove-austardome.tar.gz
    Creating Archive ....Done
    md5sum is: 40487cc7766c649bb50a61c7ead795df
    DOWNLOAD READY in /tmp/cpmove-austardome.tar.gz
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    ???
    what does this mean? and how can I fix it?

    Thanks

    cPanel.net Support Ticket Number:
     
  2. yuga

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    SSH to the old account and look into the /tmp. You will see there a file cpmove-username.tar.gz - delete that one.

    Check the space quota of your specific account. If it's using more than 50% of it's disk space, upgrade it to a bigger one. The tarball file uses up space and if the account quota could not accomodate it, it will become corrupt, thus the Checksum Error.

    Do the WHM copy. It should run smoothly. (Downgrade the account to it's original package.)
     
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