Migration from cPanel fails with pearl error

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#1 Sat, 01/21/2006 - 03:52

Migration from cPanel fails with pearl error


I'm still trying to migrate from my cPanel server. Prior to the 3.07 update I could do this but now it fails as follows...

---- begin paste -------- Checking for cPanel features .. .. found Home directory, Unix user, Apache website, Webmin login, BIND DNS domain, Mail for domain, Webalizer reporting, AWstats reporting, MySQL database. Checking for clashes and dependencies .. .. all OK

Creating initial virtual server ..

Creating home directory .. .. done Creating Unix group icendris .. .. done

Creating Unix user icendris .. .. done

Adding to email domains list .. .. done

Adding new DNS zone .. .. done

Adding new virtual website .. .. done

Setting up scheduled Webalizer reporting .. .. done

Creating MySQL login .. .. done

Setting up AWstats reporting .. .. done

Creating Webmin user .. .. done

Re-starting DNS server .. .. done

Applying web server configuration .. .. done

Re-loading Webmin .. .. done

Saving server details .. .. done

.. done Copying home directory to /home/ixxxxx .. .. done

Re-creating mail users .. .. done (migrated 5)

HTTP/1.0 500 Perl execution failed Server: MiniServ/0.01 Date: Sat, 21 Jan 2006 10:18:10 GMT Content-type: text/html Connection: close

Error - Perl execution failed Can't coerce array into hash at ./virtual-server-lib.pl line 464.

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My server is running Perl v5.8.5, virtualmin 3.07

Best Regards

graham watts

Sat, 01/21/2006 - 11:31
Joe's picture

Looks like a bug. I'll file one, and Jamie will look into it. He'll probably want to see an example of the cPanel backup that triggered this error--the format changes subtly depending on the version of cPanel you're coming from (and, obviously, the format is undocumented, so we're just having to analyze the archive and improvise).


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Sat, 01/21/2006 - 17:00
Joe's picture

Hi Graham,
This is definately a bug in Virtualmin, but it will be fixed in the upcoming 3.08 version..


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Mon, 01/23/2006 - 01:07

Thanks Jamie, I look forward to 3.08


Mon, 01/30/2006 - 03:06
Joe's picture

3.08 is in the repository now.

You can upgrade with yum:

yum update

Or with yast (click around in the system update...no simple way to tell yast to update all available packages from a particular source).


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