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Old 20th November 2013, 19:35
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Question Remove user from shell environment

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Today I found one issue. One of our hosting user have shell environment.
In user directory /var/www/domain.com/ I found folders bin, dev, etc, home, lib, lib64 and some other.

In ISPConfig in Shell-Users we have not shell users.
In /etc/passwd I found web11:5033:5021::/var/www/clients/client11/web11./home/web11:/usr/sbin/jk_chrootsh

How I can delete this user from shell environment?

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Old 20th November 2013, 20:24
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Probably you have set up a cron job for that web in chrooted mode.
If under client -> limits the cron type is set to chrooted and not "full" all jobs are created as chrooted jobs.
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Old 21st November 2013, 09:11
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Yes, I forgot about it. For this user is created 2 cron jobs.
But Cron jobs type for this client is URL Cron.

It is normal that client chrooted?

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On default clients cronjobs are chrooted, but you can set the client limits to "full".
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Old 21st November 2013, 09:32
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What gives cron job type: full, for that user?

Chrooted client is more secure as I understand?

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If you go to Clients -> Edit clients -> click on client -> click on "limits" tab -> scroll to "CRON" section and change mode to "full".
Of course chrooted is more secure but also more limited.
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