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ITFixt 27th August 2012 14:19

Odd directories in VH & other issues - ISPConfig 3.0.4.6
 
I have just installed ISPConfig 3.0.4.6. In the Apache Virtual Host I am seeing directories for both the client and the actual web site, amongst others, in "PHP open_basedir":

/var/www/clients/client1/web1/web:
/var/www/clients/client1/web1/tmp:
/var/www/tashakolash.com/web:
/srv/www/tashakolash.com/web:
/usr/share/php5:
/tmp:
/usr/share/phpmyadmin:
/etc/phpmyadmin:
/var/lib/phpmyadmin:
/usr/share/php

I'm pretty sure this should not be happening! Anyone got any ideas?

BTW, I don't have phpmyadmin installed (and won't unless it's essential for ISPCConfig to function properly) so I don't see why that should be in there.

Please ask if any more info required.

Also - I've just noticed that on the Sites -> Database page, the field widths are far too small.

Lastly - would I be right in guessing that there's no simple way to transfer data between my old ISPConfig 2 server and my new ISPConfig 3 one?

till 27th August 2012 14:30

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I have just installed ISPConfig 3.0.4.6. In the Apache Virtual Host I am seeing directories for both the client and the actual web site, amongst others, in "PHP open_basedir":
The open_basedir settings are absolutely correct. If you take a closer look on your filesystem then you will recognize that some of them are symlinks. And beside that, its all freely configurayble under System > server config > web for new servers and Sites > websites > options for individual sites.

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BTW, I don't have phpmyadmin installed (and won't unless it's essential for ISPCConfig to function properly) so I don't see why that should be in there.
Ok, you you basically tell us that you did not follow the installation instructions for ISPConfig 3 that contain the installation of phpmyadmin before the installation of ispconfig. If you dont want to use phpmyadmin, then remove the path from the open basedir as I described above.

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Also - I've just noticed that on the Sites -> Database page, the field widths are far too small.
They are not too small here in ISPConfig 3.0.4.6. Please note that the mysql restricts the length of usernames and database names and not ISPConfig. Take a look at the mysql documentation.

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Lastly - would I be right in guessing that there's no simple way to transfer data between my old ISPConfig 2 server and my new ISPConfig 3 one?
ISPConfig 2 and ISPConfig 3 are completely different software packages, the only thing they ashre is the first part of the name. There are no import scripts available for ISPConfig 2.

ITFixt 27th August 2012 15:17

Thanks for the swift & helpful reply, Till.

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Originally Posted by till (Post 284311)
The open_basedir settings are absolutely correct. If you take a closer look on your filesystem then you will recognize that some of them are symlinks. And beside that, its all freely configurayble under System > server config > web for new servers and Sites > websites > options for individual sites.

:o OK - I somehow missed that row of tabs at System > server config > web. I guess I might have been in too much of a hurry to find my way around 3, having been running 2 for several years :/

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Originally Posted by till (Post 284311)
Ok, you you basically tell us that you did not follow the installation instructions for ISPConfig 3 that contain the installation of phpmyadmin before the installation of ispconfig.

Indeed. None of my users would use it and I prefer the SQL Server module in Webmin... I kinda assumed leaving it out wouldn't be an issue.

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Originally Posted by till (Post 284311)
If you dont want to use phpmyadmin, then remove the path from the open basedir as I described above.

OK

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Originally Posted by till (Post 284311)
They are not too small here in ISPConfig 3.0.4.6. Please note that the mysql restricts the length of usernames and database names and not ISPConfig. Take a look at the mysql documentation.

I don't think I explained myself well. The fields are one-character wide drop-down boxes. Might be a browser issue on my machine. I'll check in another one.

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Originally Posted by till (Post 284311)
ISPConfig 2 and ISPConfig 3 are completely different software packages, the only thing they ashre is the first part of the name. There are no import scripts available for ISPConfig 2.

I thought that might be the case. Oh well, I guess I have a week's work ahead of me porting my users one-by-one :{ I was pretty much expecting that... seemed to be a better idea than installing 2 on a new server :)

Thanks again - and thanks for ISPConfig!

till 27th August 2012 15:43

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I thought that might be the case. Oh well, I guess I have a week's work ahead of me porting my users one-by-one :{ I was pretty much expecting that... seemed to be a better idea than installing 2 on a new server
ISPConfig 2 is not maintained anymore and is not installable on latest Linux distributions due to changes in the libc, so it is recommended to use ISPonfig 3 dor new installs.

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I don't think I explained myself well. The fields are one-character wide drop-down boxes. Might be a browser issue on my machine. I'll check in another one.
It should be input fields for mysql username and password in ISPConfig 3.0., I'am not aware of any briwser issues in the current release, maybe its a problem with abrowser plugin or similar issue.

Croydon 27th August 2012 16:50

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Originally Posted by ITFixt (Post 284315)
I don't think I explained myself well. The fields are one-character wide drop-down boxes. Might be a browser issue on my machine. I'll check in another one.

If it shows like this in a different browser, too, maybe try posting a screenshot. Might help.


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