[horde] Question about removing userdata from horde (mysql)
daniel at daniel-ritter.de
Wed Oct 25 11:35:19 PDT 2006
Thanks for that link.
Does someone use that script by any chance and knows if it works well
Escpecially when dealing with shared Kronolith calendars and other
Bill Graham wrote:
> There is something on the wiki abot this - and a sample - crude and
> rude house cleaner
> Quoting Daniel Ritter <daniel at daniel-ritter.de>:
>> I am wondering if there is a "right" way to remove all data from a
>> certain user from horde's apps.
>> I am using Mysql and the Datatree (Mysql) as a backend.
>> Authentication is done via IMP and our local IMAP-server.
>> Now when removing an user from our local UNIX passwb, the user isn't
>> able to log into Horde anymore,
>> because Courier uses PAM as auth. No unix-user, no Courier user, no
>> Horde User.
>> This leaves all the users data like calendars, addressbooks, etc in
>> hordes mysql-database.
>> I was wondering if there is a "right" way to remove that leftover
>> data from the horde mysql-tables.
>> Is there a premade script I haven't found or would i just do a few
>> "remove from horde_foo where uid='$user_to_delete' "?
>> Would that be dangerous? Could it break something else?
>> What about shared userdata?
>> Thanks for your help
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