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Old 3rd August 2006, 14:27
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Does ISPConfig support multiserver management using 1 installation. Assuming if I have 2 webservers, eg. server1.mydomain.com and server2.mydomain.com,... can I install ISP on server1 and somehow that ISPConfig installation can also manage server2.

I am not sure about this but somewhere in ISPConfig, I saw something where I need to specify the server, eg. Server 1,.. and I thought that ISPConfig might support multiserver management.

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Old 3rd August 2006, 15:18
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Does ISPConfig support multiserver management using 1 installation. Assuming if I have 2 webservers, eg. server1.mydomain.com and server2.mydomain.com,... can I install ISP on server1 and somehow that ISPConfig installation can also manage server2.

I am not sure about this but somewhere in ISPConfig, I saw something where I need to specify the server, eg. Server 1,.. and I thought that ISPConfig might support multiserver management.

Thanks in advanced for any help.
Managing multiple servers is not supported yet.
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Hi Till,

sorry for the bothering questions for multiserver-support ... ...

but at the moment I am planning a new server structure so I have only one question: Exists any possibilty to build a multiserver-solution with ispconfig somehow or other to separate www and mail on different servers?

Thanks for every hint.
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Old 12th September 2006, 13:13
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Ispconfig creates configuration files for services like postfix, apache, etc. If you write a script that synchronizes these files to other servers you might be able to build some kind of mulriserver solution.
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Thanks for your idea - it sounds good. Please tell me, where can i find the configuration files?

I will test it ...
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most of them are in /etc, some of the in /var/lib. It depends on your linux distribution where the config files for httpd, postfix, named etc. where stored.
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