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Old 9th November 2011, 23:50
denpark denpark is offline
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Falko - Thanks for the reply. While I didn't see any obvious mistakes in the details,..there were a few things that I observed. Please see below.

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Originally Posted by falko View Post
Yes.

Are your database details in /usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/config.inc.php and /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/lib/config.inc.php correct?

here is what i am look at in 'usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/config.inc.php'

starting at line 63

//**Database
$conf['db_type'] = 'mysql';
$conf['db_host'] = 'localhost';
$conf['db_database'] = 'dbispconfig';
$conf['db_user'] = 'ispconfig';
$conf['db_password'] = '~';
$conf['db_charset'] = 'utf8'; // same charset as html-charset - (HTML --> MYSQL: "utf-8" --> "utf8", "iso-8859-1" --> "latin1")
$conf['db_new_link'] = false;
$conf['db_client_flags'] = 0;


here is what i observed:
i looked at the user table of the running mysql instance db and at the user table for the ispconfig entry. I see that in the ispconfig entry, all the *_priv columns are set to 'N'.


Question --
1) Could that be the problem?
2) How to remedy?
3) where in the setup did I go wrong for it to be this way?

4) is the mysql user that is set in the config -- 'ispconfig' the correct user? I see that root user and the sys maintenance users are the only ones where the _priv columns are set to 'Y'.

Thanks in advance,
Dennis
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