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Multiple domains transfer problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by atul, May 6, 2004.

  1. atul

    atul Well-Known Member

    May 6, 2004
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    Hello friends,
    I read the domain transfer guide but the transfer of domains isn't so simple for me.
    When I tried to transfer some 400 domains form old to new server I got error as failed for every account transferring.
    When I tried to copy individual account it gave error couln't allocate ip address.
    So at last when I was successfull in copying domains some of the domains are restored automaitically and some of them I did it manually by /scripts/restorepkg username.
    Now a big problem,I tried to restore manually some 350 accounts and was successfull in that.
    What happened now the remaining 50 accounts are copied and restored automatically ,that means i didn't tried /scripts/restore.etc commands, but they don't show up in WHM.
    I am using whm 9.1 to transfer thses domains.
    The problem is that I can't recopy those domains again as it says domains exists.Neither i can delete it as they don't show up in WHM list account.
    Interesting thing is that,the user accounts show up in /home directory of server but not in WHM list .
    What could be the problem?
    Please help me out as I have very less time in my hands.
    Thank you.
  2. shawnvan

    shawnvan Registered

    Nov 15, 2003
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    I had something similar happen to me. My httpd.conf was completely emptied by the transfer script somehow. After that, WHM couldn't find any of my accounts, though the home directories were still intact. Luckily, the transfer script kept a current backup of httpd.conf as 'httpd.conf-' in the same directory (/usr/local/apache/conf). Copying that file back to httpd.conf made all the accounts reappear in WHM.

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