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Old 1st November 2007, 13:03
sjau sjau is offline
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Default Writing changes


I wonder how ISPC writes changes to the actual configuration files? Are actually configuration files needed or does ISPC just keep all information in mysql and all the services query it?

Basically if I want to alter data in the mysql tables of a specific user, will I need to set some kind of flag so that in the next update cycle the changes will be written to the config files OR will be the changes immediately effective because all configuration for apache, proftpd, postfix etc. are contained in the ispc mysql db?
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