Description

This function checks whether a cPanel user's home directory contains a valid .my.cnf file.

Examples 




https://hostname.example.com:2087/cpsess##########/json-api/has_mycnf_for_cpuser?api.version=1&user=user




https://hostname.example.com:2087/cpsess##########/xml-api/has_mycnf_for_cpuser?api.version=1&user=user




whmapi1 has_mycnf_for_cpuser user=user



{
 "data":
    {
       "has_mycnf_for_cpuser":1,
    },
       "metadata":
   {
      "version":1,
      "reason":"OK",
      "result":1,
      "command":"has_mycnf_for_cpuser"
    }
}




<result>
    <data>
      <has_mycnf_for_cpuser>1</has_mycnf_for_cpuser>
    </data>
    <metadata>
      <version>1</version>
      <reason>OK</reason>
      <result>1</result>
      <command>has_mycnf_for_cpuser</command>
    </metadata>
  </result>



Parameters

ParameterTypeDescriptionPossible valuesExample
userstring

Required

The cPanel account username.

A valid cPanel username on the server.

user

Returns

ReturnTypeDescriptionPossible valuesExample
has_mycnf_for_cpuserBooleanWhether a valid .my.cnf file exists in the account's home directory.
  • 1 — Exists.
  • 0 — Does not exist.
1