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Old 7th October 2005, 13:23
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Default Multiple physical servers

Hello,

Im new to ISPCOnfig ... I'm not sure if this question has already been raised and answered:
Can you use ispconfig to manage several different physical servers with one control panel and one database.
Nice to have: Move users/webs etc. from one physical machine to another (e.g. if the node is too busy over time).

Any answer is apreciated. BTW: if ISPConfig is not capable of that stuff Id be happy to know which software (gpl prefered) could do that.

thanks for your answers,

Matthias
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Old 7th October 2005, 13:34
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Originally Posted by BommelFly
Hello,

Im new to ISPCOnfig ... I'm not sure if this question has already been raised and answered:
Can you use ispconfig to manage several different physical servers with one control panel and one database.
Nice to have: Move users/webs etc. from one physical machine to another (e.g. if the node is too busy over time).
No, ISPConfig is not yet capable of doing this. It's on our to-do list. I think this will be available in version 3 of ISPConfig (but there's no schedule yet when it will be released...).

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Any answer is apreciated. BTW: if ISPConfig is not capable of that stuff Id be happy to know which software (gpl prefered) could do that.
I don't know any free software that can handle this...
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