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Old 8th May 2009, 00:40
corbinsiddall corbinsiddall is offline
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Default ispconfig_update.sh wiped all my dbispconfig databases

So I ran the update, everything seemed to work fine. Went to log into the admin page and it wouldn't take my password. I hopped over to /phpmyadmin and all the tables are empty.

My sites still work. What should I do?

Specifically since I didn't have a backup of the DB and I assume the update script didn't make one, I will need to reinput the Clients, Client Permission Templates, Sites, FTP Users. This isn't that big of a deal, but with the websites are all still working. Will re-adding them overwrite what is already live?

Plus there is no Admin user anymore so what would be a SQL statement that would get me back in the system?


Last edited by corbinsiddall; 8th May 2009 at 03:36. Reason: Updated with more information.
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