original virtusertable and local-host-names

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by jacobhenry, Feb 17, 2007.

  1. jacobhenry

    jacobhenry New Member

    About a month ago I tried following the HowtoForge tutorial on setting up Ruby and ISPConfig on Debian. Instead of doing a fresh install a tried to modify my existing system (Ubuntu 6.06) by walking through the steps that differed from my original Howto (Perfect Setup for Ubuntu...). While doing so I also decided to reconfigure postfix since I was experiencing some problems I couldn't figure out. Bad Idea. After I followed through the tutorial, I reinstalled ISPConfig and had everything running except Ruby, in order to get that working I had a forum member walk me through his successful installation which seems to have broken something. Now every night my local-host-names and virtusertable refresh back to their original(backup) files, deleting all the users domains I have created and it leaves me with

    Code:
    ###################################
    #
    # ISPConfig local-host-names Configuration File
    #         Version 1.0
    #
    ###################################
    localhost
    server1.scratchcohosting.com
    localhost.server1.scratchcohosting.com
    localhost.scratchcohosting.com
    #### MAKE MANUAL ENTRIES BELOW THIS LINE! ####
    
    and

    Code:
    ###################################
    #
    # ISPConfig virtusertable Configuration File
    #         Version 1.0
    #
    ###################################
    #### MAKE MANUAL ENTRIES BELOW THIS LINE! ####
    
    Now when I try to delete and recreate a user it doesn't populate these two files. I know there are some error logs that can detect why the files reference back to there backup. I will continue to search the forums for this particular problem. hopefully someone has some sort of knowledge about my problem. Thanks.
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    Please check the logfile /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/ispconfig.log for errors.
     

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