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Old 15th December 2006, 12:20
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Default Database is inconsistendt / broken ?

After updating to the current stable version ( or even before ),
some customers have user to in there User-list, which belong to other accounts.

After checking the database i could not really see, what happen. First of all i need to state some questions :

isp_nodes :
where does user_id belong to ? isp_web / isp_kunde ?
somehow all numbers are messed up here

where is parent pointing to ?


Problems

Some users are not able to add any new users, they always get a "user already exists" ( me too).
I have this problem since iam using ISPconfig, so its nothing about the new version.

Some users suddenly have other users in their userlist, whcih belong to other accounts. They cannot administrate that users, even me as useradmin is not able. Concerning to the docid, i cant find that tree in isp_nodes

Thank you for any help
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