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Did you do any changes in ISPConfig after you changed the database field so that the backend could rewrite the configuration?
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Old 1st April 2010, 15:52
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Yes - I did, I made a several changes including some in the extra configuration directives bit which should have forced a rewrite I would have thought. I just can't find where it's getting that setting from at all
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This may also help: I think quite a few things in here are wrong, and I'll compare them against the previous (correctly working) installtion:

 mysql> select * from isp_server\G
*************************** 1. row ***************************
                                doc_id: 1
                            doctype_id: 1010
                           server_host: www
                         server_domain: xxxxxxxxxxxxx.co.uk
                             server_ip: ??.???.???.???
                        server_sprache: de
                        server_db_type: mysql
                server_path_httpd_conf: /etc/apache2
                server_path_httpd_root: /var/www
                     server_httpd_user: www-data
                    server_httpd_group: www-data
                 server_path_frontpage: /usr/local/frontpage/version5.0/bin/owsadm.exe
               server_path_httpd_error: /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/multidoc/edit
                           server_name: HistoryDirect Web/Mail Server
                            server_mta: postfix
        server_sendmail_virtuser_datei: /etc/postfix/virtusertable
                    server_sendmail_cw: /etc/postfix/local-host-names
                        server_ftp_typ: proftpd
             server_proftpd_conf_datei: /etc/proftpd.conf
                    server_proftpd_log: /var/log/xferlog
                      server_bind_user: named
                     server_bind_group: named
                server_bind_named_conf: /var/named/chroot/etc/named.conf
              server_bind_zonefile_dir: /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/multidoc/edit
                            userid_von: 10000
                           groupid_von: 10000
                          passwd_datei: /etc/passwd
                           group_datei: /etc/group
                          shadow_datei: /etc/shadow
               server_bind_ns1_default: ns0.historydirect.co.uk
               server_bind_ns2_default: ns1.historydirect.co.uk
                 server_path_httpd_log: /var/log/httpd/ispconfig_access_log
                    server_admin_email: root@localhost
               server_bind_standard_mx: 0
         server_bind_adminmail_default: hostmaster@historydirect.co.uk
                  server_mail_log_save: 0
                   server_ftp_log_save: 0
                   server_httpd_suexec: 1
                                  dist: fedora60
                     dist_init_scripts: /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/multidoc/edit
                         dist_runlevel: /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/multidoc/edit
                            dist_smrsh: /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/multidoc/edit
                           dist_shells: /etc/shells
                 dist_bind_init_script: named
                     dist_bind_pidfile: /var/named/chroot/var/run/named/named.pid
                    dist_bind_hintfile: named.ca
                   dist_bind_localfile: named.local
                      dist_cron_daemon: crond
                         dist_cron_tab: /var/spool/cron/root
                      dist_mysql_group: mysql
                     dist_httpd_daemon: httpd
                      dist_ftp_version: standalone
                       dist_httpd_conf: /etc/apache2/apache2.conf
                         dist_mail_log: /var/log/mail.log
                           use_maildir: 1
                            virusadmin: admispconfig@localhost
                     spamfilter_enable: 1
               server_enable_frontpage: 0
  client_salutatory_email_sender_email: NULL
   client_salutatory_email_sender_name: NULL
           client_salutatory_email_bcc: NULL
       client_salutatory_email_subject: NULL
       client_salutatory_email_message: NULL
     res_salutatory_email_sender_email: NULL
      res_salutatory_email_sender_name: NULL
              res_salutatory_email_bcc: NULL
          res_salutatory_email_subject: NULL
          res_salutatory_email_message: NULL
                        standard_index: NULL
                   user_standard_index: NULL
       traffic_suspension_sender_email: NULL
        traffic_suspension_sender_name: NULL
          traffic_suspension_email_bcc: NULL
      traffic_suspension_email_subject: NULL
      traffic_suspension_email_message: NULL
     traffic_notification_sender_email: NULL
      traffic_notification_sender_name: NULL
        traffic_notification_email_bcc: NULL
    traffic_notification_email_subject: NULL
    traffic_notification_email_message: NULL
   res_traffic_suspension_sender_email: NULL
    res_traffic_suspension_sender_name: NULL
      res_traffic_suspension_email_bcc: NULL
  res_traffic_suspension_email_subject: NULL
  res_traffic_suspension_email_message: NULL
 res_traffic_notification_sender_email: NULL
  res_traffic_notification_sender_name: NULL
    res_traffic_notification_email_bcc: NULL
res_traffic_notification_email_subject: NULL
res_traffic_notification_email_message: NULL
1 row in set (0.00 sec)

I can see instantly that dist is wrong at "fedora60"... maybe that should be ubuntu910 or something?

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Old 1st April 2010, 19:00
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I had a hunch this was an operating system issue with ISPConfig not set up for the right O/S.

All I did was to re-install ISPConfig2 on a new server (fine - I had 2 to confugure anyway), and copy it's isp_server table across to the broken server, and then I just edited things like the IP addresses and hostnames. Restarted the ISPConfig service, and it now works as it should. Thanks for the tip

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