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From: Peter H. Coffin (hellsopninehells.com)
Date: Sat Jul 21 2007 - 17:52:36 CDT
On Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 01:40:06PM -0400, Christopher Fisk wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Jul 2007, mouss wrote:
> >you can configure the "central server" to use the same mysql server as the
> >other postfixen.
> This seems like it would emphatically not work for my situation.
> The 20 MX is used only when one of these postfix servers either goes down,
> or (more likely) the internet connection serving them goes down. In those
> cases the mysql server will not be available to read the information from.
Put the MYSQL server withere the central backup mx is. Then if the
connectivity goes away to those postfix servers, necessitating the
backup server, it will still have access to the MySQL information.
> I can't merge the data into a single database because each site needs to
> be able to manage their email users and accounts on their own without
> seeing the email addresses for other domains completely unreleated to
MySQL can easily manage many databases in a single instance.
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