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Old 16th August 2007, 21:33
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Originally Posted by catdude
Ok, how about this method: I'm thinking we could use ge as the live machine; users would use ge for mail, admins would log in to ge, etc. Ga would then be a hot backup machine. An rsync script could keep the named zone record files current, with reloads performed when changes are actually detected/transferred. Our Cisco GSS could most likely be configured to take care of the actual failover.
I guess this should work!

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And as a related issue, when ISPConfig 3 is available,
I hope to get out a first bet version soon and the final might be available at the end of the year.

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do you expect it will be possible to upgrade from version 2, as opposed to a clean install with mysqldumps, etc?
ISPConfig 3 is a completely different system written from scratch and has other system requirements then ISPConfig 2. A direct update will most likely not possible. We will provide some kind of importing tool to migrate ISPConfug 2 instalations to ISPConfig 3.
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