Hi. I had several vps with openvz and ISPconfig 3. I had web, mail, dns, db and web configs under debian 6. The server disk crashed, the vps system backups failed (that's another issue) but I kept the vps config, most of the data and the DBs backups safe. I have installed everything from scratch and using latest debian wheezy and the VPS. I have a dedicated mysql host (not integrated in the previous ispconfig) where I have restored all dbs, including ispconfig. I've also recreated the vps from the config files (network, resources, etc) but completely new OS. So, the master server would be the mysql server (of course, I've followed the tutorial and granted the hosts to access the db and host). Then, using the same old installer, I've used the setup for master and slaves, with some problems and relative sucess. Why relative? Well, I assigned the corresponding roles to each host, and when running the setup in expert mode, I always set the local db in localhost, and join to the mysql host as master. By doing this, the master db was being ignored (accesing via the web I could only see itself, not all servers). I wonder how every slave by using its own "copy" ignores the master. Anyway, I did some test by trying to create (in fact I try to restore the data in all DNS zones) some records and zones, but nothing hapenned. I tried to restore the db backup in all hosts, but I couldn't see any change in /etc/bind. This is my second problem. My first problem is the web server. I have all the data and many websites. I can see the sites via ispconfig, but I wonder the way to recreate them at the system. I guess that I have to create manually the clients with their UIDs, but I don't know how could I recreate the apache config for each site, since I thing there were suexec declarations (maybe another things) that, if I go too far trying to reacreating all on my own, ispconfig could become useless or "out of sync". So, the final background is to restore the previous situation and ispconfig fully functional. Thanks in advance.