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Old 26th January 2009, 19:02
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Hello devs,

if I create more than one shell user for one domain, they get the same userid. So I was looking at the bugtracker, found the ticket (#470)... and it turns out its intended.

How would/could I track back changes by users?
I also could change the UID through the frontend but I'm not sure about the impact.
What are the benefits of the way it is?
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Old 27th January 2009, 10:22
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I create more than one shell user for one domain, they get the same userid.
Thats the intended behaviour. All users of a website share the same userid.

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What are the benefits of the way it is?
You can have different accounts for the administrators of a website. Thats one of the most wanted features in ispconfig 2, so we introduced it in ispconfig 3.
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