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Old 15th December 2009, 20:02
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Default Empty Trash erased all hosted website files

I need help in understanding how emptying the trash cans in ISPConfig (V 2.2.32) somehow caused all the sites hosted on my server to be reinitialized back to a default folder without a single warning. All files were erased from about two dozen commercially hosted sites. I'm ready to provide any further detail you request. The log file is about 10M or I would have attached it. I would especially appreciate hearing from Falko or Till. Don't get me wrong, I backup every night and was able to restore it all in about an hour; but, I need to understand what went wrong to continue considering ISPConfig a viable option.

Thanks, Rt_bower

Last edited by rt_bower; 16th December 2009 at 02:38.
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