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MySQL Account Maintenance List Vanished

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tazman2000, Jun 14, 2007.

  1. tazman2000

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    Hi,

    My HD was failing so we replaced it earlier today. Everything is now back on, and nearly all working as it was, apart from my MySQL databases, when I go into cPanel and then 'MySQL Databases' none are listed (no matter which user/domain), and yet they are on the disk, and on phpMyAdmin, also vBulletin works'ish, but you cannot input anything as you get Read-Only errors (obviously because no users listed). Also can't add FTP or MySQL users, it accepts them, then when you go back to the list, they are not there!!!

    What has happened to the list? We have all the backups so which file, and where is it associated with.

    Much helpo appreciated! :)

    I love computers, if everything is looking easy....that's because you're about to hit a brick wall :D

    Thanks.
     
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    .....update.....

    Kicked it.....done a restore on all of the accounts.....rebooted....all there now!!! :eek:


    Only problem now is there should be about 80 sites listed in EDIT DNS ZONE, and I have 3!!!....time for another kick :)
     
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    Blimey...nothing ever simple :mad:

    Had to put all the DNS stuff back in /var/named

    That sorted out the missing domains.....

    Then had to rebuild PHP (again!!) to get vBulletin boards to run...

    .....now just got to get the FTP running.....
     
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