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Old 5th April 2006, 23:02
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Post Problem installing on production system

I am interested in using ISPconfig on one of our servers but have had problems installing this software on our server which is already in production.

Fedora Core 4 - currently over 200 users
Postfix - currently over 200 users with virtualusertable referencing about 50 different domains
Apache - about 50 virtual hosts
MySQL 5 - 6 or 7 different databases
bind9 - 50 different DNS zones

Is there any way to implement ISPconfig on a production box like this without significant downtime? If so, are there detailed instructions on how to set it up? I've tried using the ./setup script, and it broke just about everything (postfix, apache, etc...) Any help would be greatly appreciated, as this software package is just what we're looking for.
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