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Old 3rd September 2009, 08:44
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Default Problems with multi-server setup

Hello everybody.
I tried yesterday to install ISPConfig 3.0.1.3 to a fresh debian lenny server.
The installation went smooth, but a big problem happened after installation on a SECOND server on the same ISPConfig "network"

I had to edit the "root" user on the server 1 (the "master" server) to permit root login from network, otherwise the installation won't work.
Then, when I try to create a site on the server 2 (the "www1" server), nothing happens.
i can see the site on the web control panel, but not on the www1 server. even querying manually the DB shows it.
Is there something that I need to enable? user permissions on the www1's mysql db?
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