Nirjonadda

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I have completed Transfer my site to new server. I have getting Warnings error after the Transfer complete. Please let me know this fix and Does Transfer completed successfully? Can ignore the warnings?

Code:
TRANSFER: 2 completed, 0 had warnings, and 0 failed.
RESTORE: 2 completed, 2 had warnings, and 0 failed.

RESTORE: Account “usera”: Warnings
“/bin/bash” is not a permitted shell for restricted restore. This account will use the “/usr/local/cpanel/bin/jailshell” shell instead.

RESTORE: Account “userb”: Warnings
The original IP address, “103.196.240.204”, is not available. The system will use one of your available unused IP addresses instead.
The system ignored the MXCHECK value “0” for the domain “mx.mysite.com” because the system did not restore that domain.
The system failed to import data from the RRDTool files into the user’s bandwidth database because of an error: (XID 8wafhn) The system received an error from the “SQLite” database “/var/cpanel/bandwidth/nadda.sqlite”: SQLITE_CONSTRAINT (UNIQUE constraint failed: metadata.key)
“/bin/bash” is not a permitted shell for restricted restore. This account will use the “/usr/local/cpanel/bin/jailshell” shell instead.
 

cPanelMichael

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Apr 11, 2011
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Hello,

The logs indicate the transfer successfully completed, but a few non-fatal warning messages were presented.

The original IP address, “103.196.240.204”, is not available. The system will use one of your available unused IP addresses instead.
This shows the account was assigned an unused IP address because the original IP address associated with the account was not available.

The system ignored the MXCHECK value “0” for the domain “mx.mysite.com” because the system did not restore that domain.
This shows that "mx.mysite.com" was not restored as part of the transfer process, and thus its MXCHECK value from the /var/cpanel/users/$username file on the source server was not utilized. It's possible that subdomain was previously removed and thus the MXCHECK value was not needed.

The system failed to import data from the RRDTool files into the user’s bandwidth database because of an error: (XID 8wafhn) The system received an error from the “SQLite” database “/var/cpanel/bandwidth/nadda.sqlite”: SQLITE_CONSTRAINT (UNIQUE constraint failed: metadata.key)
This indicates the transfer tool was unable to import the previous RRDTool bandwidth data into the user’s new bandwidth database. This can happen if the source server uses a different architecture (e.g. 32-bit) or if the SQLite files on the source server are corrupt. This will not prevent the calculation of new bandwidth data on the destination server.

“/bin/bash” is not a permitted shell for restricted restore. This account will use the “/usr/local/cpanel/bin/jailshell” shell instead.
This shows the account was assigned jailed shell access instead of full shell access because the "Restricted Restore" feature does not permit assigning full shell access.

Thank you.