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Old 30th May 2010, 14:53
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Lightbulb what does do mirror server in system view?

Hi,

I have one question for system view of ispconfig 3.

what does do miror server option in server configuration.

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it mirror all data to second installation (ispconfig mysql data ?) ?
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My understanding of it, is that it mirror the service required to the other server

At the moment it works great for Web (apache)
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hm,

can i mirror only DNS data to second server?
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If you have a dedicated dns server, then you can mirror only dns to another server. If you have a server that runs more services like web, ftp and dns on the same system, you can not mirror only dns.
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If you have a dedicated dns server, then you can mirror only dns to another server. If you have a server that runs more services like web, ftp and dns on the same system, you can not mirror only dns.
Thanks, that was my first question

Is on roadmap to mirror only some service, not all?
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There is a feature request for it, but its not on the roadmap yet:

http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org/inde...s&task_id=1137

Features get into the roadmap based on the number of votes or if a developer has a special interest in impelemting a specifix feature. So if you like to see this feature, I recommend that you vote for it.
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