New to Virtualmin/Webmin but seriously impressed!
One wrinkle just now: I used “virtualmin move-domain” to move a sub-server out from under a parent server, to make it a new top-level server (as per these instructions ).
To make what I did clear:
I used the command “virtualmin move-domain mydomain.com --user mydomain --password blah” which succeeded.
The move worked successfully, in that /home/mydomain/ was created as a new top-level user account containing the expected files, mailboxes etc. Also, the directory /home/otherdomain/domains/mydomain.com/ no longer exists in the old parent account.
HOWEVER, in the left-hand menu of the Virtualmin interface, mydomain.com is still showing up as a subserver of otherdomain.com in the left hand listing. ALSO, it’s now showing up as a subserver in another pre-existing top-level server for subdomain.mydomain.com.
These two rogue sub-server entries for mydomain.com point to the same actual server installation, because if I disable one of them the other becomes disabled too (and the server for mydomain.com stops functioning.) I fear therefore that if I delete either one of these rogue entries, it will actually delete my new server.
Any idea how I can persuade Virtualmin to see the account mydomain.com as the proper top-level account it is, and get rid of the rogue sub-server entries? Quite happy editing config files if somebody can tell me where to look.