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Old 27th October 2011, 09:32
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Please check if the the dbispconfig database on the slave contains any tables. If not or if the number of tables is lower then on the master, then the installation on the slave has failed. This might happen e.g. if you did not use the mysql root user when ispconfig installer asked for the root user, the installation process requires all permissions in the mysql slave db and using a different mysql user can cause the setup to fail in this way. You should then uninstall ispconfig on the slave with the uninstall.php script, then delete the record for the slave in the server table of the master database and then install ispconfig on the slave again.
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