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Old 29th October 2008, 11:36
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Default ISPconfig cluster with high availability and failover

Hi all

i wondering if it's possible to set up two servers with this services :
DNS Server,
Mail server
Mysql Server
Web server
FTP server
use ISPConfig to manage both server, and servers must to be in cluster mode with high availability and failover.
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ISPConfig itself does not provide such functions. But you can e.g. use ispconfig on a mster server and then synchronize the content and configuration on the slave servers with e.g. rsync.
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ok but i don't know to do that.
you have some tutorial here? and its available for all services with load balancing and failover?
i read some tutorial on howtoforge but is just for apache web server, and i need mail and ftp and mysql too.
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P.S if it's a possibilities to help you in your project ISPConfig just tell me. i have many servers, domains...for beta testing and so on.....
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rsync: http://www.howtoforge.com/mirroring_with_rsync
MySQL master-master replication: http://www.howtoforge.com/mysql5_mas...on_debian_etch
Load Balancer with heartbeat: http://www.howtoforge.com/high-avail...at-debian-etch
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ok i check these tutorials(debian) but i use centos for my server.
i try to use cluster management from centos and its work but from node1 i can see node2 and reverse, but if stop node1, node2 don't display web page.
where i'm wrong?
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You can try this one instead: http://www.howtoforge.com/high-avail...rtbeat-fedora8

Should work on CentOS as well.
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You can try this one instead: http://www.howtoforge.com/high-avail...rtbeat-fedora8

Should work on CentOS as well.
is possible in SUSE Linux 10.1 and up?
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I haven't tried this on Suse, but I guess a few things will be different.
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ISPConfig itself does not provide such functions. But you can e.g. use ispconfig on a mster server and then synchronize the content and configuration on the slave servers with e.g. rsync.
How do you manage the virtual hosts config on cluster nodes? Is'nt the vitual host file using specific IP's ?

If i mirrored the vhosts config from the master on a node will it work ?

If any change is made on the vhosts file on the master, the apache servers on the nodes will have to be restarted?
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i made Cluster server with unison like told me Till, and working fine all services DNS-WEB-FTP-PHP&MySQL-Mail, but i want to know the other way if its possible with ISpConfig.REal cluster or parallel computing to share all resources...from bandwith to hardware...
Someone do this? Share to us, please.
Thank's !
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