I've got a multi-server setup with load-balancing on the frontend (LVS-DR) and a shared storage server on the backend (NFS). I've set it up so that the storage server is the DB server for the cluster (this is so that the databases can be stored along with the website files and emails on a RAID array that'll get routinely backed up over the network). I'm transferring some websites from our old server (which was just a single PC server, set up with Webmin) and these websites use Wordpress. So I used the APS installer to add Wordpress to the website and then, from within Wordpress, used the "Duplicator" plugin to shift the website files and database from the old machine to the new servers. This didn't entirely work as the "wp-config.php" had "localhost:3306" as the db host, so it created the DB on the node that just happened to be chosen by the load balancer to handle the request. So, we had the problem that this one node would show the website correctly, but if another node was chosen by the load balancer, it wouldn't find the database tables and showed the Wordpress install page. Not good. Basically, when I use the APS installer to install Wordpress, it seems to always use "localhost:3306". This isn't right for my setup. Also, if I manually change that to the IP address of the storage server "192.168.0.200:3306" then I get "error connecting to database". If I go to the database settings, then I can enable "remote access" and add the IP addresses of the web servers in the cluster, then it works. So I can manually make this work but this procedure is a little awkward and I have to consider that we're going to have resellers - web designers - also using this system and I can't really have them jumping through these hoops every time. Is there a way to make the APS installer for Wordpress use the DB server's address automatically and then also automatically make the database "remote access" by the web servers in the cluster?