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Old 27th August 2012, 14:19
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Question Odd directories in VH & other issues - ISPConfig

I have just installed ISPConfig In the Apache Virtual Host I am seeing directories for both the client and the actual web site, amongst others, in "PHP open_basedir":


I'm pretty sure this should not be happening! Anyone got any ideas?

BTW, I don't have phpmyadmin installed (and won't unless it's essential for ISPCConfig to function properly) so I don't see why that should be in there.

Please ask if any more info required.

Also - I've just noticed that on the Sites -> Database page, the field widths are far too small.

Lastly - would I be right in guessing that there's no simple way to transfer data between my old ISPConfig 2 server and my new ISPConfig 3 one?
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