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OS: CentOS 5.3. I've transferred domain through Plesk 10 from old server to a new one, I got "status" - "Completed with errors". The log file:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<execution-result status="success"><message code="FailedDomainDeployment" severity="error"><context>void plesk::tDomainDeployer::operator()(plesk::XmlNode) const</context><file>./domain_deploy.cpp</file><line>359</line><text>Failed deployment of domain lilliputlaneworld.co.uk</text><message code="ExecCmd::ExFailed" severity="error"><context>void plesk::ExecCmd::reportError() const</context><file>ExecCmd.cpp</file><line>49</line><text>Execution of /usr/local/psa/admin/plib/api-cli/domain.php --update lilliputlaneworld.co.uk -guid bcfddaba-5cfd-4252-b8f7-d8642eb423d5 -vendor-guid 932d245c-f0b9-4b69-84c9-cb1bbc0888a4 -creation-date 2010-04-20 failed with return code 1.
Stderr is
An error occurred during domain update: error during updating logrotation preferences: Unable to create LogRotation object: LogRotation: unable to select: no such row in the table
</text></message></message></execution-result>

Now when I try to remove the domain I get a similar error:

Error: Unable to load object of type Domain with id=4: Unable to update domain data: Unable to update domain data: LogRotation: unable to select: no such row in the table

Does anybody have any idea what's wrong here?

UPDATE: Solved, there were inconsistencies in plesk database, specifically between tables "log_rotation" and "dom_param"

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Solved, there were inconsistencies in plesk database, specifically between tables "log_rotation" and "dom_param"

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