Am 18.11.2010 10:09, schrieb Danny Löser:
Am 18.11.2010 07:27, schrieb Jamie Cameron:
On 17/Nov/2010 13:43 Danny Löser <listen@dannypsilon.de> wrote ..
Am 17.11.2010 20:33, schrieb Jamie Cameron:
On 17/Nov/2010 00:30 Danny Löser <listen@dannypsilon.de> wrote ..
Am 15.11.2010 23:45, schrieb Jamie Cameron:
On 15/Nov/2010 13:03 Danny Löser <listen@dannypsilon.de> wrote ..
Am 15.11.2010 20:52, schrieb Jamie Cameron:
On 15/Nov/2010 01:01 Danny Löser <listen@dannypsilon.de> wrote ..
Am 14.11.2010 23:20, schrieb Jamie Cameron:
On 14/Nov/2010 12:51 Danny Löser <listen@dannypsilon.de> wrote ..
Am 14.11.2010 19:58, schrieb Jamie Cameron:
On 13/Nov/2010 09:19 Danny Löser <listen@dannypsilon.de> wrote ..
Am 13.11.2010 17:55, schrieb Jamie Cameron:
On 13/Nov/2010 01:07 Danny Löser <listen@dannypsilon.de> wrote ..
I have in the server template as "Secondary group for database users" 
basic.database.users set, but no users are entered in this group.
Does anyone have an idea how this could be?
Are you giving some of the mail users for your domains access to MySQL databases?

 - Jamie
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Yes, I give some e-mail users access to MySQL databases.
The "Secondary group for mail users" setting works and the "Secondary group for FTP users" too, but the "Secondary group for database users" not.
Unusual, I just tested this and it worked fine. Are you sure the group name you entered already exists?

- Jamie

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Yes, I am sure that the group already exists. All three were at the beginning does not exist, but were by this setting have created all three. In this one group, but no users are created.
How exactly did you give the users database access? What options did you select on the Edit Mailbox User page?

 - Jamie

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How exactly did you give the users database access?
Users have access to their database via Virtualmin. Or how exactly do I understand this question?

Now I have just tested again. Now the new user is added not even in the first two groups (mail and FTP).
However, in the group deniedssh he added. Although, under the menu item "Add users with no SSH access to deniedssh group?" in the configuration is no selected. I also can not set this menu point to Yes, yet again to test. What's going on?
Are these users you are referring to domain owners or mailboxes? Because those group options only apply to mailboxes ..

 - Jamie

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These users are both.
I am stumped then .. for me, those groups work fine for mailbox users (but not for domain owners, by design).

 - Jamie

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After repeated tests, I found out that the new users will be integrated into the group when I edit the template and save. However, if I just create a new server, it is not integrated. Where is the difference if I edit the template or create a server? In both cases, the user should be integrated into the group. Jamie on what operating system you have because it tested?
I tested on Fedora and Ubuntu. 

If you create a new mailbox with DB access in a new domain, does that mail user get added to the groups?

 - Jamie

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I use Debian Linux 5 (Lenny) with kernel 2.6.26-2-amd64.
If I get a new mailbox with DB access in a new domain create, the new user does not add to any secondary group.
However, if I edit a template, users that have been created using this template, to the secondary groups (mail and FTP) added.
With the exception of the secondary database group.
I don't think the OS should matter here much really ..

I just tested this again, and when creating a user with DB access he does get added to the group I defined for database users just fine.

I forgot to ask - which Virtualmin version are you running there?

 - Jamie

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I use Virtualmin version 3.82.gpl and adduser version 3.110 if this is also a role-playing.
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I have tested it today on Linux Mint with the Ubuntu package. The result remains the same, it is not added. I begin to despair of this problem. What I'm just different from you Jamie?