Hi everyone. Last thursday I updated some of my servers' ISPconfig from 2.2.25 to 2.2.26. It seems that everything worked fine. But one of them needed to be restarted yesterday; and when we've done that, the server stopped booting. The problem was that the file /sbin/hwclock was changed (not damaged; before it was a compiled file; and after the install we found a .sh script). We needed to replace the file again. The last modified timestamp of the "bad" file was 2th Oct at the time when I updated ISPConfig. I've looked for information in docs, but I couldn't find anything about modifying this file on FC7. Could somebody tell me if there's any reason for ISPConfig to change that? Or may I look for some kind of "attack" or other kind of problems? The second question: I've installed ISPConfig in one of my servers in order to manage some websites; but when I created two or three of them; I wanted to use it as a backup-server; replicating via rsync the files from another server. Well, I just wanted to know if, without reinstalling, I can change the ID of the three websites I've already created in order to mantain the IDs from the server I want to backup/replicate. I mean: by now I have web1, web2 and web3. And I would like to "rename them" (and his databases) to web40, web41 and web42 (for example). Is there any way I can do it safely? Thank you very much!