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Old 16th February 2012, 13:15
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Ok, I will check that. The issue is somehow related to your rename of the databases or database prefixes and not the ispconfig update. Changing the prefix on systems where databases exist can lead to problems when you edit the existing databases the next time as it might be that ispconfig can not parse the database name anymore because it ahs not created it which then results in changes of the DB when you edit it. For that reason it is highly recommended to use the default prefixes that start with a char and not a number as some services does not support identifiers that start with numbers.
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