fstab log lines missing

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by olimortimer, Jan 6, 2015.

  1. olimortimer

    olimortimer Member

    I'm restoring an old ISPConfig to a new server, but hitting some odd issues, and not sure why they are occurring, as I've followed the steps that other people have taken to move servers.

    The first weird issue is that no log files are showing for sites, so I've checked fstab for the mounts to the ispconfig/httpd directory, but there's nothing in there other than vba1, vba2 and vba3. Is there a step that has gone wrong, which means these haven't been created by ISPConfig resyncs, or do I need to copy these over from the old server?
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Did you run a ispconfig update on the new system after you copied over the older database? Run a resync on the website sunder Tools > resync in ISPConfig.
  3. olimortimer

    olimortimer Member

    Yeah, I've run an ISPConfig update a couple of times, to try and fix some other issues. I've also ran all the resyncs under Tools > resync, but still no ISPConfig references in fstab.
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Try to use this script. Make a backup of fstab first.

    Attached Files:

  5. olimortimer

    olimortimer Member

    Thanks till, I'll give it a try.
    I've got some other bizarre issues (ClamAV taking up a lot of memory, MySQL crashing, etc), so I think I might start again (3rd time lucky), and manually reinstate all the sites etc.
  6. kokez

    kokez New Member

    Thank you Till, i've just used the script. Weeks after migrating an OpenVZ installation I noticed that in my /etc/fstab file are missing those log lines.
    Old thread that resolved a new problem... =]

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