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donaldblake 5th December 2005 19:18

Big unespected problem in upgrade!!!
 
Hi,
I have carried out a upgrade from version 2.0.8 to the 2.1.1 that has gone all good, the server is restart and all the sites work correctly, only that I don't succeed to enter in the control panel of ISPconfig with the login and password of administrator and not even with the parameters standard admin:admin. What happens? How, in these cases, to change give the access? Also I have tried to reinstalled the upgrade but nothing is changed.
Please help me! :confused: :eek:

falko 5th December 2005 20:02

The login should be the same as before the update so make sure you make no typos when you try to log in.

If it still doesn't work, you can use phpMyAdmin to reset your password. In the sys_user table you can set a new password using MySQL's password function.

donaldblake 5th December 2005 20:28

gulp!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by falko
The login should be the same as before the update so make sure you make no typos when you try to log in.

Also I thinked so but it does not work.

Quote:

Originally Posted by falko
If it still doesn't work, you can use phpMyAdmin to reset your password. In the sys_user table you can set a new password using MySQL's password function.

Great surprise! :eek: there is no table in the db with that name..... can i recreate this? .... do you have the parameters?

till 5th December 2005 21:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by donaldblake
Great surprise! :eek: there is no table in the db with that name..... can i recreate this? .... do you have the parameters?

Please have a look at your /tmp directory, there must be a database dump of your last mySQL database. Extract it and search for the sys_user table and records and insert them to your database.

donaldblake 6th December 2005 16:12

Good!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by till
Please have a look at your /tmp directory, there must be a database dump of your last mySQL database. Extract it and search for the sys_user table and records and insert them to your database.

OK! I'd find a database dump and I have uncovered that 3 tables in the db lack, It's possible to find one structure of the db of ispconfig complete in order to reconstruct it, to control it and not to have problems in future.

Many thanks for support and the precious councils!

donaldblake 6th December 2005 19:39

Ooops!
 
OOOPS! :o

I find the structure of the db in the file db_ispconfig.sql in the installation directory.....

Excuse me for the dummy question!

Another thanks for the councils.

:D

falko 6th December 2005 22:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by donaldblake
OOOPS! :o

I find the structure of the db in the file db_ispconfig.sql in the installation directory.....

But it only contains default data, none of the data (users, etc.) from your system.


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