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Default Restore backup in multiserver install

I just lost two servers in my multiserver setup (hdd gone - but fortunately only local staging environment) and thought I would try to recover.

server one: master-server, ispconfig-interface and web-server
server two: slave-server, mail

As backup I have /var/www and all database dumps from the master-server and /var/vmail from the slave-server.

I now did setup the servers as before (via perfect server setup) and restored the data from the backups. I somehow expected that as soon as I restored the ispconfig database on the master server, a cronjob would resync all config-files and automatically create the missing apache-vhosts and linux users, but it didn't.

A'm I doing it all wrong or did I miss something? How to correctly restore a ISPConfig3 server?
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