I have 2 virtual domains on the same linux server
On both are wordpress instances with dbmanager installed. Both options of dbmanager are exctly the same instead of the target path for the backup. those target paths are in the belonging subfolders of the domains.
The rights of both db-backup folders are set to 0777 and the same .htacces file is in place. Both folders belong to the user and group the apache server is running on.
The problem is that the backup on dom1 works without any problem but on dom2 I get the following error in the /var/log/messages
sh: /mysqldump: No such file or directory
The mysqldump option of both instances is set to /usr/bin/mysqldump. I had a look into the wp_options table of both instances to be sure.
The command that is send to passthru() of dom1 is:
/usr/bin/mysqldump –host=”localhost” –user=”dom1″ –password=”dom1pass” –add-drop-table –skip-lock-tables wp_dom1 > /srv/www/vhosts/dom1.de/httpdocs/wp-content/backup-db/1307800583_-_wp_dom1.sql
and of dom2 is:
/usr/bin/mysqldump –host=”localhost” –user=”dom2″ –password=”dom2pass” –add-drop-table –skip-lock-tables wp_dom2 > /srv/www/vhosts/dom2.de/httpdocs/wp-content/backup-db/1307800646_-_wp_dom2.sql
Has anyone an idea what the problem could be? Could it be a problem with the php settings?
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