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Phase out Pre-4.1 Password and Upgrade Database

Discussion in 'Database Discussion' started by ganfye83, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. ganfye83

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    Dear all,

    Need help here, I "googled" the pre-4.1 password are phased out and no longer used, I have a long long list to be clean up and re-do the password. Seems to be the only way to change the password.

    Does anyone have experience on doing this and have any great documents or steps to follow? I have about 250+ accounts still only pre-4.1 password, my database are since version 3 actually ^^ long history databases, now I'm kind stuck at version 5.5.

    And I have these accounts also in my list:

    eximstats
    horde
    leechprotect
    roundcube
    modsec
    munin
    logaholic
    cpses_gbRSUcRrC8
    cpses_paCsWF6CMZ
    cpses_gs1AagzecU
    cpses_woEkyJq3m5
    cpses_pakB6fEMCG
    cpses_raaAB4c6cW

    er.... how do I know the password if I need to redo it?

    Many thanks in advance and have a great day onward.:confused:
     
  2. ganfye83

    ganfye83 Member

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    Ignore my post... I found most of the password already. actually all.
    Most of them located at /var/cpanel...

    you just do a ll | grep pass then you'll get most of it.

    Thank you anyway...
     
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    I am happy to see you were able to resolve your issue. Thank you for updating us with the outcome.
     
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