Usually I don't require any sensitive information to troubleshoot, eg. your mysql password, or even the attached encryption key. Anyway, I can see that no 'iv' parameter in piler.conf on the new host. However, - is there an iv parameter in the old host's piler.conf file? - are the piler.key
I copied the folders: mysql, sphinx and store, and didn't change the parameter iv. So far I haven't found that parameter either. Em qua., 15 de jul. de 2020 às 20:38, ad...@extremeshok.com < ad...@extremeshok.com> escreveu: > Do you know if the IV or key value changed ? > > Ie. Did you copy the
Do you know if the IV or key value changed ? Ie. Did you copy the key file from the old server and use the old servers config or the old servers IV value ? > On 16 Jul 2020, at 00:43, Marcelo Machado wrote: >
In attachment is my piler.key Below is my piler.conf (I changed the domain): archive_emails_not_having_message_id=0 archive_only_mydomains=0 backlog=20 check_for_client_timeout_interval=20
Sorry, piler.key is a file, not an entry in piler.conf. Janos On 15 Jul 2020, 12:25, at 12:25, Marcelo Machado wrote: >Thanks for the answer. > >The parameter iv is cipher_list.There is no line with piler.key. > I was unable to read the contents of piler.key. > >Marcelo > >Em qua., 15 de jul.
Thanks for the answer. The parameter iv is cipher_list.There is no line with piler.key. I was unable to read the contents of piler.key. Marcelo Em qua., 15 de jul. de 2020 às 00:46, Janos SUTO escreveu: > Hello Marcelo, > > check if piler.key and the iv parameter in piler.conf (if there's