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Migration from Ensim: delete subusers OK?

Discussion in 'Migrate to cPanel' started by boing, May 21, 2015.

  1. boing

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    Hello,

    Recent Ensim to Cpanel user here.

    After using the migration scripts, I've noticed that many users of the domains have subuser folders and data. I'm seeing:
    /home/domainusername/subusers/subusername
    which contains folders like:
    public_html (pretty empty, just the old Ensim 'welcome' page stuff which I am not interested in retaining)
    and some have:
    .spamassassin (custom settings from previous server which I am not interested in retaining)

    further, they have a symlink web folder listed as:
    /home/domainusername/public_html/subusername@
    pointing to:
    /home/domainusername/subusers/subusername/public_html

    Is it OK to delete all of these? (both the folders in /home/domainusername/subusers/subusername and the symlinks in /home/domainusername/public_html/ ?) If so, shall I just delete the folders and symlinks from the command line, or is there somewhere within cPanel I ought to execute this from? They don't have 'FTP Accounts' from within cPanel, if that helps. Any other trailing data you can think of that I ought to delete?

    Thanks!
     
  2. cPanelMichael

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    Hello,

    Yes, it's fine to remove that data directly via the command line, assuming you don't need any of the data related to subdomains or addon domain names.

    Thank you.
     
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