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Old 10th October 2009, 13:23
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You can control as many servers as you like from one ispconfig controlpanel. There is no documentation available for that, but basically you install the amster server first, then install the slave servers and select expert mode in the installer and the installer will ask you then if the server shall join a master server.

There are several threads about this here in the forum.
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Thanks. I did get it working to a point. I had to grant privileges to the host servers mysql to allow the install to work (and open firewall rules as well) ... so it's in there and i can now create domains and such. However it's not creating the files or file structure on the remote server. If i create a site on the main server it works fine and the directories show up ... but when i create on the other one it doesn't. Are there scripts that create remote directories and such? how is that supposed to function and is there something i need to allow to make that happen? I assume it has something to do with API calls.

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The slave is logging into the master mysql database and eplicates the mysql records, so you most likely have a mysql permission problem when it does not create anything on the slave. Try to login from the slave server to the master server with the mysql master login details found in the file /usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/config.inc.php on the slave. The password in that file is not encrypted, even if it looks like that.
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thanks for the quick reply ... so i checked the file and re-ran the grant statement on my master and it seems to have worked ... everything seems to be accessible now.
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