[omd-users] Migrating OMD

Dennis Sweben d_sweben at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 17 13:29:16 CET 2018

Hi Robert,

Thanks for your reply!
I ran it and these are the results:
sudo omd diff MySite
 * Changed content var/icinga
 * Changed content var/nagios/nagios.log
 * Changed content var/check_mk/wato/auth/auth.php
 ! Changed permissions var/check_mk/wato/auth/auth.php
 * Changed content local/lib/icinga
 * Changed content etc/auth.secret
 * Changed content etc/htpasswd
 ! Changed permissions etc/htpasswd
 * Changed content etc/apache/php-wrapper
 * Changed content etc/apache/apache.conf
 * Changed content etc/apache/conf.d/02_fcgid.conf
 * Changed content etc/mk-livestatus/xinetd.conf
 * Changed content etc/init.d/apache

I’m not sure what the permissions should be, but I don’t really think it will solve the error “Starting dedicated Apache for site MySite…/omd/sites/MySite/etc/rc.d/85-apache: line 88: /usr/sbin/httpd: No such file or directory”

Thanks again!

Kind regards,

On Wednesday1/17/18, 12:14, "omd-users on behalf of Robert Sander" <omd-users-bounces at lists.mathias-kettner.de on behalf of r.sander at heinlein-support.de> wrote:

    On 17.01.2018 09:21, Dennis Sweben wrote:
    > Any advice? I can’t really afford a clean site since the old one is
    > holding data from more than a year which I need to preserve.
    You should run "omd diff" in your site and compare the listed files.
    Robert Sander
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