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Total wrong!!! User(uid) - Group(gid)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by flash7, Sep 25, 2005.

  1. flash7

    flash7 Well-Known Member

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    Updated to latest STABLE, now uid and gid are changed for unknow raeson, cPanel?

    example..
    ricordi(32005)/ricordi(32008)

    That user can't move/delete/upload files over ftp.
     
  2. flash7

    flash7 Well-Known Member

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    UP :)

    Anyone?
    I need to submit a support ticket for this?

    Thanks admins
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    You've not given nearly enough information about what exactly happened and what you've done to fix it.

    There's no reason that a users UID or GID would change unless you've been messing around with /etc/passwd or /etc/group manually or if you've restored an account.

    Lastly, please don't bump threads. If you don't know how to fix something and no-one wishes to reply, you'll either have to hire a server admin or log a ticket with your cPanel license provider.
     
  4. flash7

    flash7 Well-Known Member

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    Hello chirpy,

    > unless you've been messing around with /etc/passwd or /etc/group manually or if you've restored an account.
    Nothing of this, I don't know why UID or GID are changed
     
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    dave9000 Well-Known Member

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    hire a server admin to fix it or log a ticket with your license provider.

    It can be fixed manually without a lot of trouble but you will need to know your way around the server well and you will have to be proficent in ssh and file editing.

    And if you make a mistake you can lock yourself out of the server
     
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