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Old 1st October 2009, 15:57
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Why do I need a MySQL-Server running on every Box?
There are several reasons:

1) Redundancy
2) Faster
3) To be able to process higher loads.

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The Installation (only) creates an "ISPConfig DB" there and inputs just the server running on!
Correct. All records for this server will be replicated from the master database if you add them in ispconfig on the master DB.

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Also it moves the interface to /var/www even if I choose not to do !!
The interface is never in /var/www, it is always in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface. You mix up symlinks with the interface location.

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If I choose to join an existing setup for Box2 and 3 it creates the Servers in the DB on Box1 and in the DB on themselves... Why that???
Answer see your first question.
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