Hi, I'm not sure if this is a strictly developer issue, but probably I'll get a more technical answer here. What is the best way to change the server address and the database name for each/most servers in a multiserver ispconfig setup? Is it enough to change the config file and reconfigure services? What it I have custom config files for most of the services? This thing seems quite risky. Why would I want to do that? It's easy to explain. I've been running ispconfig for the last 10 (+?) years. So now I'm running a quite involved multiserver setup over multiple DC. Despite a shrinking sale price and customer numbers, they (the customers) have grown much more afraid and sensitive to any sort of down time oin the service. Unfortunately, I've been experiencing an increased number of incidents due to mysql issues over the last years. It generally works but when it does not, a lot of things break, all together. To contrast this trend, I am currently using multiple master-master mysql replicated servers. This works most of the time, except when it does not and then it's harder to fix issues in a classic master-master mysql cluster. Things have got quite complicated with time, specially on the mailserver(s) side of the business so it's now long overdue to simplify the setup. I'm looking into consolidating all the "dbispconfig" databases in a "single multiserver setup". This would be a galera cluster, geo-replicated over multiple DC and separated from the rest of the hosting db servers (they continue to have a localhost based not replicated database as localhost) . I hope this way to reduce the number of errors and increase stability and reduce customer complaints and staff time spent on fixing servers (that would be only my time Apart from the technical question above? Do you think this is a good idea? I can't find any other options, really. Thanks for your help in advance, ispcomm.