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Old 21st July 2009, 23:53
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Hi all.

I have 2 ispconfig servers, and I have some questions. It seems to be connected allright, as I can create sites on the secondary server from the main server's console.

1) How to I move a domain(w/site and all) to the secondary ISPC server? Is there an option somewhere I'm missing? The server is greyed out when I click the domain in the web-config. I'm trying to move some domains/sites to reduce the server load.

2) The secondary does not have the MySQL data that the first one has(ie. sites config, users) is that intended or am I doing something wrong?

3) Shall I consider the 2 ISPC servers as seperate ISPC server apart from them sharing the same web-config?

Thank you in advance for any replies.

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