Recently (on a newer installation), I imported a few domains individually (either by import and/or manually create then restore them), no issue.
Today (maybe since the 2.1.2 upgrade?), when I attempt to use the /import.php function - I get “The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading” in FF and a generic DNS “cannot find server” error in IE.
My temp directory does not seem to be it’s own partition – just a directory within “/”
I only have 2 mount points “/” = “/dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00” (111GB Free) and “/boot.” (This was originally built as a test box, and now is becoming my repository for sites that are in the midst of a migration from one box to another).
Does it seem that in this scenario I should be out of space for the backup?
Ah, ok, this is most likely the problem. There is a max filesize limit that both Apache and PHP impose, and there is also a script max execution time value for PHP. I’m guessing that one of these 3 limits got reached as you were trying to upload the file (my guess is the PHP max execution time). Try ftp’ing the backup up on to the server into a directory (like /tmp), and then use the single account import, and instead of using the local import method, use the “remote” import method and specify the full path to the backup file (e.g., /tmp/domain.com-mar.06.2006.tar.gz)