That is what I thought also but there are NO ".db" files inside the old server folder just an HTML page and a log.
This is the end of my log: Tue Apr 8 10:12:03 2008 Web Export Started Tue Apr 8 10:12:03 2008 Web Export Ended Tue Apr 8 10:27:04 2008 Web Export Started Tue Apr 8 10:27:04 2008 Web Export Ended Tue Apr 8 10:42:05 2008 Web Export Started Tue Apr 8 10:42:05 2008 Web Export Ended Tue Apr 8 10:49:51 2008 Web Publishing Stop Tue Apr 8 10:49:52 2008 General Aborting HTML dump Tue Apr 8 10:49:52 2008 General Error StopServer:DoDBSync -51 Tue Apr 8 10:49:52 2008 General Error StopServer:FSClose -38 Tue Apr 8 10:49:52 2008 Server Stopped
My server has no users on it just iTunes and NUTD server. This is my quickbooks machine so it just sits in the corner of the office 23 1/2 hours a day and no one besides me has been in my office today so I have no idea where the data base and it's backup went?
I have a Now Up To date Event server (Ver 5.3.2b4) running on a dual G4 running 10.4.11 and this morning my server has disappeared.
When I went into the Now Server Manager there were no servers?
I recreated a new server with the same name and now my intel laptop (the computer that reads from the server) says if I sink I will loose everything?
Is there a way to get the old server back?
If you sync to the new empty server, you will lose all data. The local file will see the server as being newer and allow itself to be overwritten. So the alpha-numeric folder that used to contain the server is there but the .db file and it's backups are missing?
It shouldn't be possible, but check in MacHD > Library > Application Support > Now Software > Deleted Servers > Event Servers and see if there is anything recent there.
Don Norcross Technical Support - Now Software Inc
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