It Works for all users

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by bswinnerton, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. bswinnerton

    bswinnerton New Member

    Hi there,

    I've just moved to a new server and used one of Till's posts to backup all of the data and move it to the new server:

    Now, I've done all that but for some reason I keep getting the It Works! Default apache page on all of my client sites. It appears as though /etc/apache2/sites-enabled doesn't have any of my clients in there. Should I also take that from the old server, or should ISPConfig be automatically creating it?
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    Edit every site in ispconfig, change a value e.g. quota and click on save.
     
  3. bswinnerton

    bswinnerton New Member

    Well, I'm stuck. I can't log into ISPConfig. I copied over the ispconfig database from my old server and overwrote the one that was on this server, so I assume that's what caused the problem. I can't login as admin (or any other user for that matter), I get: Username or Password wrong.1.

    Now I've reset all of the passwords using MD5, but still can't get into ISPConfig. Perhaps it's an issue with the ispconfig mysql user. What is the default password for it? Can I reset it?
     
  4. till

    till Super Moderator

    Looks as if you have overwritten the mysql user table or copied the ispconfig files over to the new server. To fix this, download ispconfig and run the update.php script and choose to reconfigure services during update.
     
  5. bswinnerton

    bswinnerton New Member

    I've decided to just redo the server. What exactly should I be pulling from the old server?

    Right now I'm thinking:

    /var/www/
    /var/vmail/
    /etc/passwd
    /etc/shadow
    /etc/group

    ISPConfig MySQL Database
    Website Databases

    Should I also be replacing the mysql database titled "MySQL"?
     
  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    If you use BIND and host zones on it, you should also back up named.conf and the zonefiles directory.

    Yes.
     

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