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Default Database Mirror


My system id running a multiserver setup on Debian Lenny using version

I would like to have a mirror running of my database server.
Installed a server as described in the multiserver setup guide.
In my CP I selected the "is a mirror of".
Created a new database and it was only created on the first database server and not on the mirror.

Is it not possible to do this? And if it is - how do I get all existing databases sync with the mirror? (as it is already possible with the dns)

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