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Can't delete a user - sys_command error
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cwigham Offline
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Can't delete a user - sys_command error
When I try to delete a user it doesn't fully delete, it just stays there in the list with the red circle beside it, then when I try to delete it again it says wrong domain ID, when I try to switch to the user it says I don't have permission to view the interface or user doesn't exist.

In the ispcp debugger I get the following:

domain.com - Set status to 'change'
sys_command() | ERROR: External command 'rm -rf /var/www/virtual/domain.com' returned '1' status !

On debian

version:

ispCP 1.0.5 OMEGA
build: 20100331

Appreciate any help
Thanks
04-20-2012 06:41 PM
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RE: Can't delete a user - sys_command error
Obviously there's an error when trying to remove the folder
/var/www/virtual/domain.com

Check it (maybe create an empty one), clear the error in the debugger and try again to remove...

/J
04-20-2012 11:39 PM
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