On Mon, 2004-03-08 at 12:00, Don Walters wrote:
> >I'm no database expert, but you may need to "export" the database to
> >some "flat file" format from the old server, then "import" it into the
> >new one.
> Yeah, I've been reading about using "vconvert" to save the mysql database to 
> cdb format and then import that back into the new server, running the 
> conversion backwards... like so...
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] # /home/vpopmail/bin/vconvert -m -c
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] # /home/vpopmail/bin/vconvert -c -m
> Problem is... I did the first command and I don't have any idea where the 
> stuff was written to.

it writes it to vpasswd files in each domain's directory, just as if you
had used cdb authentication from the start.

> Can somebody tell me what all of the options are for vconvert?  What 
> arguments will it take?

~vpopmail/bin/vconvert <-- run that by itself.

> What do they do?

~vpopmail/bin/vconvert <-- run that by itself.

> Where is the output written?

inside each domain's 'home directory' in a vpasswd file.


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