Old 2nd February 2011, 14:52
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Default Who is ispcsrv4?

I've complete the ispconfig3 setup and everything went well. No error message wathsoever. That was actually strange. Way too quiet.

Anyway. Things didn't worked out properly. The job queue didn't cleaned itself up. Again, no errror messages.

I finally ran /usr/local/ispconfig/server/server.sh manually and was able to get an error message. Quit happy :

mysql_connect(): Access denied for user 'ispcsrv4'@'abvdns01.intra.abicom.ca'

My question is, where is comming from that ispcsrv4? There is no mention in the ISPConfig manual and google doesn't know him either. Is that some kind of configuration bug? This is for sure not what I specify while running the installer. Any idea whats going on?
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Old 3rd February 2011, 11:36
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ispcsrv is a mysql user created automatically during ispconfig setup which is used by the ispconfig slave server to connect to the master server.

There must be a problem with the hostname / dns configuration of your cluster or you netred a IP address during ispconfig setup when you were asked for the hostname of the mysql server.

1) Have you added the full hostnames of all servers that belong to the setup in the /etc/hosts files on all servers as instructed in the multiserver setup manual?
2) Are you sure that you did not enter an IP address during setup for any of the mysql servers?
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