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agoston 4th June 2009 13:32

Multiserver setup design documentation
 
I tried to move the mail service to a slave machine, but it wanted to use the local db. As I looked into the code I got a little confused, and searched for some documentation how the multiserver setup should work, but I didn't find one.

Is there any doc covering what db (master or local) used for what in the multiserver setup?

Croydon 4th June 2009 13:36

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Originally Posted by agoston (Post 192143)
I tried to move the mail service to a slave machine, but it wanted to use the local db. As I looked into the code I got a little confused, and searched for some documentation how the multiserver setup should work, but I didn't find one.

Is there any doc covering what db (master or local) used for what in the multiserver setup?

Imho you should (nearly) always use db (not dbmaster). The dbmaster queries the master server which could lead to mess up if used in the wrong place.

agoston 4th June 2009 13:48

If I setup for a domain, that the mail server is the slave, ISPConfig puts the data to the slave's db? I can't test it now, because I just upgraded to 3.0.1.3 and I am using Gentoo, so I need to rewrite some parts of the installer :)

Croydon 4th June 2009 13:50

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Originally Posted by agoston (Post 192149)
If I setup for a domain, that the mail server is the slave, ISPConfig puts the data to the slave's db? I can't test it now, because I just upgraded to 3.0.1.3 and I am using Gentoo, so I need to rewrite some parts of the installer :)

That's what the replication system of ispconfig does. You can choose on which server a domain shall be created and ispconfig does the rest.

agoston 4th June 2009 13:53

Thanks a lot, that was my original question :)


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