Migration Script Misses SSH Config

Discussion in 'ISPConfig 3 Priority Support' started by mphayesuk, Mar 14, 2018.

  1. mphayesuk

    mphayesuk Member HowtoForge Supporter

    Hi all, I am trying to run the migration tool and it looks like its skipping over the ssh settings.

    Seems you have a single-server setup.

    Do you want me to overwrite/update existing entries with the same name? (y, n): y
    You can now set entry names, that shall NOT be overwritten.
    You should use this if you plan to import several server's data to a multi-server installation.
    If this tool finds a name that is already present, it UPDATES the data with the SOURCE data!
    If this tool finds a name that you marked as not to overwrite, it either
    - appends a _2, _3 etc. to this name and creates a new entry, or
    - prepends a server prefix if specified by --server-prefix argument
    Do you want to change reserved names now? (y, n): n

    WARNING! client templates can not be imported!
    All imported clients will have their correct limits but no template assigned!
    Further things that will NOT be imported:
    - getmail accounts
    - APS information about installed APS packages

    --- press ENTER if you have understood this and want to continue ---

    What is the database name of your SOURCE ISPConfig 3 installation? [dbispconfig2]:

    Do you want to migrate only some services or everything?
    Valid services are: client, web, mail, ftp, database, cronjob, dns, billing
    Please enter one or more services (comma-separated) or leave blank for all:
    Should I try to keep the existing IDs for clients, webs etc. (IDs will still change if old ID is taken already)? (y, n): y
    All entries read.

    Starting API calls.
    [7/7] <Client> processing temp11 (C5)
    [7/7] <DBUser> processing c1shop
    Processing of entries done.

    [INFO] Target ISPConfig job queue has completed. Continuing.

    [INFO] Skipping system server as we have no job entries for this target.
    [WARN] Skipping web entries as SSH ip setting is missing.
    [INFO] Skipping mail server as we have no job entries for this target.
    [INFO] Skipping db server as we have no job entries for this target.

    Migration tool run completed.
  2. Taleman

    Taleman Well-Known Member HowtoForge Supporter

    Do you mean settings in /etc/ssh? My understanding is migration tool is not meant to care about those.
  3. Croydon

    Croydon ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    For reference (as already answered by mail)

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