By mistake I ran a stupid command with a typo in it. I created a user "teamspeak" and I wanted to change file owner of current directory and it's sub directories, but by mistake I ran it in the "/".
I was user "teamspeak" while I ran the command, not "root" and I ran something like this:
chown -r teamspeak:teamspeak /*
I seen many lines, the ones I was able to read were that it FAILED to change file owner, progress was around the /lib and maybe /boot when I pressed CTRL+C and stopped it.
But server doesn't become available after a restart (I am 90% sure is the file owner thing).
I am now about to boot it in rescue image mode that my host offers.
I was wondering if there is a way to revert the file permission thing.
A command to search for all files belonging to teamspeak:teamspeak and make them root:root
At least so I boot it properly and fetch all databases from my server.