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Generate full backup doesn't create mysql properly...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by accyroy, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. accyroy

    accyroy Member

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    Hi, I've just been transferring a fairly large site from one box to another.
    Using transfer in WHM would not work as it just fills the tmp folder so I had to log into cpanel on server 1(9.9.9-R14) and generate a full backup file. I ftp'ed this to server 2(9.9.9-S15) and did a restore using WHM. Everything says it is ok but the newly generated account on the new server is missing all tables past the letter 's'...
    I've done a manual mysqldump and import and this works fine. Is this a bug in cpanel as it wouldn't be nice if all accounts backed up had missing database tables?
     
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    haze Well-Known Member

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    If you check the changelog:

    9.9.9 (build 34) - EDGE Tree Linux i686 Sat Dec 18 02:29:42 2004

    resolve a problem restoring very large sql databases


    How big is the dump file?
     
  3. accyroy

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    Hi - it was a 500meg sql database. I will look at upgrading cpanel to the latest build. Thanks.
     
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