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Old 7th August 2012, 08:42
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What I still don't understand is:

- is ISPConfiged engineered to have different datas between master and client databases? Actually, some data (mostly coming from crontab) are saved only on master, this will make an inconsistency on the slave itself.

Is this ok?
Yes, ISPConfig is enginered to store only the nescessary data on a node and not all. The database of a slave contains only the data that is required on that slave locally.

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For example, mail usage statistics are generated by slave crontab and saved on master DB. This will make a different mail_traffic table between master and slave. The slave will be always empty. Is this ok?
Thats ok. Saving data on a server were this data is not needed for anything makes just no sense. So the statistics data which is only needed on the master is only saved on the master.
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