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jlaughy 29th March 2010 19:13

migration problems
 
I am migrating ISPConfig from my old server to a new one.

ISPConfig 2.2.35 is up and running but have some small problems.

I can add a user in ISPConfig but it won't appear in /etc/passwd

The passwd is in the the db_config table isp_isp_user and won't copy to /etc/shadow and stays in user_passwort

When I delete the user again I can't empty the trashcan / recycle bin....
I can restore the user ... strange

When I delete the user manual with phpmyadmin I get the message in "del_status"
The following indexes appear to be equal and one of them should be removed: PRIMARY, id
The following indexes appear to be equal and one of them should be removed: PRIMARY, id_2

But that's the same message as at my old server (still production)

PHP5.3.1 / MySQL 5.1.44 on Fedora Core 12 x86_64

createch 29th March 2010 19:58

Please double-check the directory permissions in your new server.

e.g. both owner and group of /home/admispconfig (and all sub-directories underneath) should be "admispconfig".

I believe you know how to use "chown" and "chgrp". :)

Let us know if you still have problem.

jlaughy 29th March 2010 20:42

This solved the problem

in admispconfig the ispconfig dir had owner root

WKR, John

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Quote:

Originally Posted by createch (Post 223626)
Please double-check the directory permissions in your new server.

e.g. both owner and group of /home/admispconfig (and all sub-directories underneath) should be "admispconfig".

I believe you know how to use "chown" and "chgrp". :)

Let us know if you still have problem.



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