Article ID: 6523, created on Jul 14, 2009, last review on Apr 25, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo for Linux 3.x

Symptoms

During recreating a Plesk Container the following error occurs:

2009-06-01T10:48:34+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : Trying to install turba database... done
2009-06-01T10:48:34+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : Calculating VE disk usage...
2009-06-01T10:48:35+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : Running reinstall configuration scripts:
2009-06-01T10:48:35+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : /etc/vz/reinstall.d/50.plesk.reinstall.server.sh
2009-06-01T10:48:36+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : Backup file is corrupted
2009-06-01T10:48:36+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : Unable to read the map file ''
2009-06-01T10:48:36+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : Stopping VE ...
2009-06-01T10:48:51+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : VE was stopped
2009-06-01T10:48:52+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : VE is unmounted
2009-06-01T10:48:52+0100 vzctl : VE 115 : VE reinstallation failed

Cause

Plesk backup inside Container is corrupted or is absent,  so it could not be restored. And therefore the whole Container reinstallation fails. 

Resolution

Currently it is not possible to reinstall Container using `vzctl reinstall` in Virtuozzo Power Panel in case some Plesk reinstall script fails.

However, if some Plesk reinstallation scripts failed it should be possible to skip migration of broken data from the command line, with [--skipbackup] option:

# vzctl [--quiet | --verbose] reinstall veid [--skipbackup]


If old private area of Plesk Container is damaged or undesirable to restore, it is possible to skip the migration of broken data from the command line, with [--skipbackup] option:

# vzctl --verbose reinstall CTID --skipbackup


where CTID - is ID of Container to reinstall.



Keywords: recreate, reinstall, Unable to read the map file.

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