yes...thanks....the problem remain

Shane Chrisp wrote:

Your format for the user is missing a "|"

127.0.0.1|3306|vpopmail656e369a18870c9f|vpopmail


should read


127.0.0.1|3306|vpopmail|656e369a18870c9f|vpopmail



Is that just a typo?


Shane



-----Original Message-----
From: signo [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, 17 March 2004 6:41 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] problems with vpopmail tools


Shane Chrisp wrote:



xxxx:/home/vpopmail/bin # ./vadddomain miodominio.com
Please enter password for postmaster:
enter password again:
vmysql: sql error[c]: MySQL server has gone away
vmysql: sql error[b]: MySQL server has gone away
Error. Failed while attempting to add domain to auth backend
vmysql: sql error[c]: MySQL server has gone away
vmysql: sql error[c]: MySQL server has gone away
vmysql: sql error[b]: MySQL server has gone away
vmysql: sql error[c]: MySQL server has gone away
vmysql: sql error[e]: MySQL server has gone away
Failed while attempting to delete domain from dir_control
Error: no auth connection

can you help me???




Your problem is to do with the authentication of the MySQL user
your using for vpopmail. Check that the user is able to login


from the ip address of the machine your running it on.


You may also have a buggy version of mysql which has a problem doing dns resolution of the clients. I know I got caught with
that problem on a Redhat machine a while back. You can fix that
problem by adding the systems into the hosts file though.


Shane






/etc/hosts file:
...
127.0.0.1       localhost
...

the user vpopmail can connect to db from localhost


I modified the vpopmail.mysql from


localhost|3306|vpopmail656e369a18870c9f|vpopmail

to

127.0.0.1|3306|vpopmail656e369a18870c9f|vpopmail

but the problem remain


signo

















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