ISPConfig cluster vhost updating problem
I have a ISPConfig (22.214.171.124) cluster (2 webservers + database server) running red hat 6.
I have around 150 websites configured and today I realized that I have problems when I make a change in open_basedir configuration.
So, the problem is when I update open_basedir, the changes are only written to the 2nd webserver.
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2203 May 20 14:04 website-test.domain.vhost
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2457 May 20 14:04 website-test.domain.vhost
You can see that the size of the same file is different.
The file in the webserver2 has the changes in the open_basedir and the file in webserver1 doesn't.
Can you help to correct this?
Linux Distribution and version: Red Hat 6.3 64 bits (both master and slave)
ISPConfig Version: 126.96.36.199
Webserver software: Apache
I think ISPConfig writes something because the timestamp of the files is updated everytime I change the open_basedir parameter.
Do you need more information?
Bug/ feature found
Apparently I found a bug/feature, but I think it's a bug.
In /etc/httpd/conf/sites-available I have several .vhosts files, and today I noticed that some of them are equal in the 2 nodes of the cluster, and some of them are different. The ones that have equal correspond to websites in which the php mode is: "fast-CGI". Whenever I change this mode to "php mod" I get different .vhosts files.
What happens is that the file in the master node is updated and in the slave remains the same.
Can you help me correct this?
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