Hi to everybody.
I've two mailservers (Debian 5) based on ISPConfig 220.127.116.11.
This systems are twins, and I've realized them using GlusterFS to replicate /var/vmail and a master-master replication of the ISPConfig database to replicate the ISPConfig configuration.
Few days ago I had a crash on one server, and now that it is up and running again, the replication is not working anymore.
To setup that replication, I've followed this how-to: http://www.howtoforge.com/mysql-5-ma...ation-fedora-8
Running in both server the command SHOW SLAVE STATUS I've this situation:
Having a look into the log files, I've this files in /var/log/mysql/
mysql-bin.000663 mysql-bin.000667 mysql-bin.000671 mysql-bin.000675
mysql-bin.000664 mysql-bin.000668 mysql-bin.000672 mysql-bin.index
mysql-bin.000665 mysql-bin.000669 mysql-bin.000673
mysql-bin.000666 mysql-bin.000670 mysql-bin.000674
mysql-bin.000495 mysql-bin.000499 mysql-bin.000503 mysql-bin.000507
mysql-bin.000496 mysql-bin.000500 mysql-bin.000504 mysql-bin.index
mysql-bin.000497 mysql-bin.000501 mysql-bin.000505
mysql-bin.000498 mysql-bin.000502 mysql-bin.000506
As far as I can see, it's look like they have lose the syncronization...