> If your only problem is the user count (lucky you) you can manualy reset > the cur_users and it will begin wirking again. Ok now you make me worried... What other things have you run in to because that was my fear anyways: I don't understand why this doesn't work (well it just seems unimplemented in vconvert), so what else will i run into ?
I thought the mysql support was pretty stable in vpopmail ? This list is not maintained by any developers that can shed some light on this subject ? Thanx, Mark. On Thursday 05 August 2004 14:59, Dave Goodrich wrote: > I found little on the subject in Google, and fewer answers anywhere > else. I have resorted to reading source code ( I don't program C ). > > The closest thing I have found is this, > http://www.mail-archive.com/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/msg18607.html > > Though that URL is not responding for me right now. In a nutshell, try > changing the numbers, adding deleting, domains, and see what happens. I > am currently counting the conf-splits in my domains and trying to > understand what values I need to insert into dir_control. > > If your only problem is the user count (lucky you) you can manualy reset > the cur_users and it will begin wirking again. > > DAve > > Mark Richardson wrote: > > Dave have you already found some more info on this subject ? > > > > I have the same problem here (see my post) > > > > Mark. > > > > On Wednesday 04 August 2004 18:21, Dave Goodrich wrote: > >>qmail 1.03 > >>vpopmail 5.4.0 > >>mysql 3.23.58 > >> > >>We had been using cdb and switched to using mysql auth when we moved our > >>users to a new server. We ran vconvert on the domains and everything > >>appeared to work fine. > >> > >>vpopmail.curr_users loaded with enormous numbers, level_curr loaded as > >>zero. Adding new domains, users changes nothing in the dir_control > >>table. I can manually update the curr_users value and it will then begin > >>to increment properly. > >> > >>I would be willing to manually update the other values, if I knew what > >>they should be and what they did. I can whoop up a quick script to > >>insert the proper values, but how do I determine what they should be? Is > >>there any documentation that explains how this works? At this point I am > >>thinking moving a vpopmail installation is a very bad idea. > >> > >>Thanks, > >> > >>DAve -- Dutch Web Services b.v. James Wattstraat 5 2809 PA Gouda Tel. +31 (0)182-69 40 00 (maandag t/m vrijdag van 09.00 uur t/m 17.30 uur) Fax. +31 (0)182-69 40 51