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Old 15th March 2013, 23:50
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Default Ispconfig Backup?

Hi Guys.

First post and I would like to start with how great I am finding IspConfig and thanks too.

So to my question, not sure if there has been a definative answer to this, but here goes.

I am running IspConfig on a single server with Ubuntu 12.04LTS 64bit. I am planning on purchasing a new server soon to throw into the mix, which will run 4 VM's with another 1 physical machines to take the total to 5 machines. Is there any way to do a full bare metal backup and also nightly backups on both the single server setup and the multi server setup?

Sorry if this has been asked before.

P.S: Will there be any problems running the multi server setup on:

1xHP DL360 G4 - IspConfig/Web
1xHP DL380 G5 + HP Storage Array - VM's:
1 - MySQL
2 - DNS
1 - Email
1xHP DL380 G4 - Backups?

Thank you


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