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key 20th November 2012 14:00

Can I get new clients to use my server at once?
 
I would like to create new clients data automatically.

But, I don't know what I must do.

I think that it may be possible by these steps.

1. new clients register.

2. php files insert the data from them into mysql - client - dbispconfig.
However, I can't understand what id_rsa and ssh_rsa are too.

Is this correct?

And, Could I find files used to add new clients on control panels?

till 20th November 2012 14:15

ISPConfig has a remote API for that, do not manipulate the data in the dbispconfig database manually.

The api documentation and examples are in the remote_client directory of the ispconfig tar.gz file.

key 20th November 2012 14:21

Thank you very much.
 
Thank you very much.

I look it carefully.

key 20th November 2012 15:22

Thank you for rapidly reply.
 
Thank you for rapidly reply.

I tried to do sites_web_domain_add.
But I got this message
data_processing_errorpm_process_idle_timeout_error _regex<br /> pm_max_requests_error_regex<br /> SOAP Error: pm_process_idle_timeout_error_regex
pm_max_requests_error_regex.

What is this?
Is 'pm'_* configuration on ispconfig?

till 20th November 2012 15:45

This indicates that you did not pass the values for the variable pm_max_requests and pm_process_idle_timeout as part of the params array to the function. If you use a recent ispconfig version, then these values are required to be passed to the function as part of the params array.

Btw.: Please search the forum first:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58948

key 21st November 2012 08:10

Sorry and Thank you.

I acquired a skill using remote api.

And, I will search the forum first.


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