I did a migration from an ensim box last night (Ensim Pro 4.0.2-7.rhel) seemed to go well but on the server I migrated from, a couple tables were messed in the process (odd) for instance new posts to a vbulletin board were listed as topics but not in the message board.. This is fixed (on old server) and probably irrelvenat to problme on new cPanel box.. I only mention it because it may help..Another satisfied cPanel customer
I did update to 5... to be honest, can't remember if I had the issues and that is why I upgraded or if I just upgraded because I was trying to upgrade the box before starting migration...Check the configurations, or have your admin do so.
The most common cause of this is upgrading from MySQL4 to MySQL5 and configurations not working from the upgrade.
I really do try to revisit threads when I solve a problem, for the good of all those who have similar issues... and I *thought* I saved the thread where I found what fixed this.. I believe it was in my.cnf ... I had to remove the path to mysql.sock ... that fixed it...Short: try removing the socket from the tmp directory and restarting. Mysql should recreate the socket if it's not there. Your config should be in my.cnf - most likely in /etc. Enter locate my.cnf to see where yours is located.
That, sadly, is and has been the case for a long while I suppose. The best course of action the last time I moved a set of accounts from Ensim to CP was to export the DB, then manually create and import it into the newly created account. It aint pretty or fun, but it was the only way I got it to work. Guess the migration tool is still a bit off...however, in the site's control panel, the DB does NOT show up and that user has access to ALL the other databases that were imported..
|Thread starter||Similar threads||Forum||Replies||Date|
|P||MySQL Services get restarted periodically||Databases||1|
|C||The mysql service failed to start error||Databases||2|
|A||SOLVED Restart MySQL Service Command?||Databases||2|
|W||SOLVED Prevent MySQL service from restarting?||Databases||4|
|M||The “mysql” service failed to start.||Databases||3|