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Old 12th September 2008, 08:42
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Default Erased MySQL Client BDD

Hello,

I don't know what I did a few weeks ago but the result was that all MySQL BDDs of a client had been erased from the disk.

After a few hours I could not figure out how it happened.

I was changing the configuration of ispconfig for a client that day.

Could you please document in the forum what are the circumstances under whitch the data base of a client is erased if any?

I got back the databases from a daily backup, even thougth the work of a day was lost.

Thank's in advance....Larry.
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Old 12th September 2008, 15:27
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Databases are erased e.g. when uncheck the mysql checkbox in the settings of the website or in the settings of the reseller limits and then update the website.
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