I am trying to setup a Slave Server for an ISPConfig3.03 Server. Both are NEW machines and both are using version 3.03 with a debian 5.06 netinstall. Everything goes fine until I go to install ISPConfig3.03 on the slave server. By the manual, it says to use expert mode, give a new db name and do not install the web interface. I have copied over the debian.cnf file before restarting the mysql. According to the manual, the only thing you don't duplicate on the slave is the copying of the backup files for mysql and www and the host and db names are to be different. The install completes but when I go back to the master and try to run the ispconfig interface, I get an error. Before I created the slave, I was able to get into the ISPConfig interface. The error is: Access denied to ispconfig@localhost (using password:YES) in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/lib/classes/db_mysql.inc.php on line 72 I've tried doing this 3 times now from the beginning and every time I end up getting this error. twice it has corrupted a random table, 1 in the mysql dba dn one in the 1st ispconfig db. The privileges are all there, the user root from the slave server is in the db and there is also a name of ispcsrv2 from the slave server is in the mysql db. I have rebooted both servers with no change. I can see the db's using phpmyadmin but viewing the information.schema db comes up very slow but I can view all tables in it as well as the other db's. No log file at all in /var/log/mysql. In the /var/log/apache2/error.log, I also see that I am getting the exact same error for vlogger in : /usr/local/ispconfig/server/scripts/vlogger at line 514. Any ideas on this one?