User database problem


#1

All of the sudden have no access to some GUI menu options. in/out routes, Administrators, and some others.
Tried to restore from two previous backups, but getting an error. Error references core_usersastdb().

I assume the system has been hacked. Is there a way to recover? Get to user database and see what is there?


(Communication Technologies) #2

You should be able to access the MySQL and SQLlite databases to see what is in them. This can be done via the cmd line or with a GUI like MySQL Workbench.

Have you checked your module admin? I am wondering if modules are disabled, pending updates?

https://wiki.freepbx.org/display/F2/Module+Admin+Module


(Matt Brooks) #3

Out of the blue question, but is the disk full? A full disk would prevent MySQL from starting.


#4

Disk is not even close to being full. No modules disabled.


#5

Did a module upgrade and all appears normal now. These are scheduled weekly on Saturday mornings, strange.


(Matt Brooks) #6

Ahhh, that could explain it. If the update process fails to complete, then it’s possible freepbx will disable the module. Usually you can verify if modules are disabled via the command: fwconsole ma list

Disabled modules also show up in the Module Admin Gui and you can click to enable them.


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