[i:51b7b59fa1]Originally posted by ozzi4648[/i:51b7b59fa1]
[quote:51b7b59fa1][i:51b7b59fa1]Originally posted by juzthost[/i:51b7b59fa1]
no one can help?[/quote:51b7b59fa1]
Yep BUGS BUGS BUGS, i just submitted a list to Eric. Its pretty ridiculous that we are paying so much money every month and the so bugs go uncorrected. I installed a version of phpmyadmin somewhere else on the server just so i could see ALL my databases as root. Where is this functionality? Anyway i noticed a user that i deleted yesterday was still in my phpmyadmin. Question id also like to know. Why wasnt he deleted? Are are absolutely correct! Also, did you notice a couple of other things? An empty database called MAIL and a empty database TEST. Dont know what those are for but im deleting it!
Hi, I'm just gonna bump stil OLD OLD thread, because I seem to be having the same problem as ozzi except almost 7 months later.
I deleted a few accounts and I find them still in mysql with databases? I can find traces of deleted users everywhere, is there some kind of script that will deleted all traces? except the bandwidth logs and such...
I deleted an account. I tried to restore it from backup.
The user already exists. It's not in /var/named/ or httpd.conf, or any other place.
When I do a locate in shell, the username shows up all over the place. For instance, it locates it in /home/paylessb/ . That directory does not exist. How can it find that directory if it does not exist?