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Old 7th October 2008, 00:10
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Default isp_db lost since update to latest ISPConfig - how to downgrade and fix?

The first thing I noticed was that I could not log in as admin anymore. I've changed the password whith no effect. And than I find out the isp_db is'nt there since the last upgrade was done.

I have the old db.

I only can see the login mask from ISPConfig. Probably therefore no database is nessesary an it's easy just to copy the old database.

What should I do?

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Old 7th October 2008, 17:21
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Please have a look into the /tmp directory. The ISPConfig installer plcaes there a backup of the datbase content as .sql file. Just create a new mysql database for ispconfig and import this sql dump.

This problem can e.g. happen if you changed the root mysql password and forgot to change the password in the ispconfig config.inc.php file or you used a mysql user that does not has the same priveliges then the mysql root user to install ispconfig.
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