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OS crashed - restoring complete Cpanel on New OS

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by talinfo, Mar 29, 2004.

  1. talinfo

    talinfo Registered

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    My OS crashed while I had around 500 sites running :eek:(
    My host reinstalled the OS (fedora) with complete new Cpanel Installed on a new HDD and got the old HDD mounted.

    I was able to restore all the cpanel data by copying home, httpd.conf, users, shadow, valiases, /var/lib/mysql

    Into respective folders on the Newly installed HDD.

    I looked across the forum but didn't came across any posting of similar experience... :eek:(

    Now I have 2 problems..
    In the User Cpanel, I am unable to get any of the Databases created by the user NOR the page lists any DB when the user adds one. Though, when I click on phpmyadmin, i can see all the old dbs in place and the site applications are working well with the db..

    How can i fix this problem..

    Secondly, I reinstalled Tomcat 4.x and now my server gives "Internal Server Error" on JSP enabled sites..

    Also, I want to know how I can reinstall Neomail again...


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