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Sever transition turned nightmare - mysql, ftp, dns - help appreciated

Discussion in 'Bind / DNS / Nameserver Issues' started by drhamad, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. drhamad

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    Alright so somehow I've managed to turn what should have been a simple transition into a nightmare - just how I wanted to spend my sunday ;)

    Transitiong everything on an old P4 box (Fedora Core 1 / cPanel 9.9.8) to a new dual opteron box (FC4 / cP 10.8).

    I've re-registered the name servers with the new IP, on the domain providers side.

    On the serverside:
    FTP is refusing connections (I'm trying to log in with IP, since DNS isn't updated)
    DNS (named) is reporting failed according to service status.
    MySQL is reporting failed according to service status.

    Um... help? ;)
     
  2. drhamad

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    I swear this is going to put me into an early grave - suddenly everything is working, and I can't figure it's because of anything I did.
     
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    It is funny. Sometimes everything fixes itself, and then other times, it destroys itself. Thats the fun with servers.
     
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    Also remember Server Status updates every 8-9 minutes, so it may reflect incorrect until next update if something was restarted. This you see alot after a server reboot.
     
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