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Full backups

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by r00t316, May 12, 2004.

  1. r00t316

    r00t316 Active Member

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    Full backups are not grabbing the mysql databases for users in the current stable release of cpanel / whm.

    It has the database name username_db.sql but it is empty.

    Anyone else have this problem.
     
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    challii Well-Known Member

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    have you logged into a users account and checked the mysql section... we currently have errors on our server (mysql databases not showin up in cpanel (but do in phpmyadmin) and some sort of scipt error counting database shown on x2 theme)

    If so can you post your server config (cpanel version + os etc)
     
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    r00t316 Active Member

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    everything shows up and is fine.
    Except for the full backups.
    Their db's show up.
    It creates a backup file at least but it is empty.
    I then tried backup mysql download.
    That actually had data. So what is the different between how the backup?
     
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