Mirror for ISPconfig

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by gamera, Sep 27, 2009.

  1. gamera

    gamera New Member

    I have started reading through the mirroring guides with fedora10 and mysql.
    Just wondering if anyone has mirrored an entire ISP config box and what directories etc need to be rsync'ed so it can be done without major issues or stuff missing.

    Obviously ISPconfig would need to be installed on the backup machine with the same options of the first server before rsyncing. Any ideas?
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    ISPConfig 2 or 3?
  3. gamera

    gamera New Member

    Ispconfig 2. On centos 5.2. With munin/monit/fail2ban.

    I bought a small poweredge 750 to mirror to and plan on leaving it at a mates house.
  4. Mccy_McFlinn

    Mccy_McFlinn New Member

    Hi Gamera,

    Is this backup server going to be powered on constantly? Or will this be a box that's sync'd up to a certain point and brought in if/when your main servr goes down?

    Also, what advice are you after? Do you need general advice on the best solution? Or specific advice regarding MySQL replication and rsync config?
  5. gamera

    gamera New Member

    I would like this one to be powered up all the time in case the main server dies.
    This would be on a separate IP address at a different location.

    It would also be the secondary dns server.

    I want it to be the mirror in every sense.
  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

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