Hello, maybe someone has been solving this and may help me with some issues. I want to split my ISPConfig setup, there is hundreds of sites, so it must be done all in once Todays setup: server1: ISPConfig webinterface, DNS, oldwebserver server2: mailserver, dbserver Final setup will be: server1: ISPconfig webinterface, DNS server2: mailserver server3: newwebserver server4: newdbserver ===== PART I. splitting webserver, moving it from server1 to server3 i did some testing allready, so here is how i did it: 1.Install new ISPConfig server, connect it to master server and set as webserver according to http://www.howtoforge.com/multiserv...se-servers-on-debian-squeeze-with-ispconfig-3 2. Change webserver assigned to users UPDATE client SET default_webserver 3. Change webserver assigned to web domains UPDATE web_domain SET server_id 4. Change webserver assgined to FTP users UPDATE ftp_user SET server_id 5. Change DNS records UPDATE dns_rr SET 'new.ip.add.ress' WHERE 'old.ip.add.ress' 6. On new webserver rsync web sites rsync -aHAXv root@oldwebserver1:/var/www/* /var/www 7. Use resync tools on master server Tools=>Sync Tools=>Resync Websites & Resync FTP users & Resync DNS records It works, sites are moved, but not everything is done, so before i do it on production server, i have some Questions: - how to sync changes in client table to second server, as there is no sync tool? - how to sync web_traffic table to second server ? - did i miss something more ?