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Old 15th September 2010, 15:44
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www.xxxx.edu --> /var/www/web7

After some investigation i founded that www.xxxxx.edu uses a database, but this database is not shown on the ISP Site (www.xxxx.edu) Opsion configuration page (ISPConfig panel).

It is strange because the CMS that reside on /web7/ uses a database that is not as it should be named web7db1, but it is named web24db1. I checked the CMS config-files.
All the uploading things through CMS were going to this db (web24db1) and no quota is performed on the website.
I created a new db through ispconfig webpanel and than i migrated the old db to the new one (web7db1). After doing this I deleted the old one (web24db1).

And now it ISPConfig is showing the right value.
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