Config replication with redundancy

Snapt provides you with an easy to setup redundancy plugin. Follow the steps below to setup and configure replication with redundancy.

Important Note: To make use of Snapt Redundancy and config replication, you'll need to have two active licenses.

 

Step 1: Installing

Setup > Modules & Plugins > Add Plugins > Misc 

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 *You'll have to install this on your main Snapt install, as well as the Redundant server

 

Step 2: Configuring

Setup > Redundancy > Wizard

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Password: Choose your own password
Floating IP: Please enter your floating IP address here.
Interface: You can choose which interface you wish to listen on.

Slave Hostname: The slave hostname can be found by going to Setup > System > Hostname Setup. We suggest that you make use of a unique name for each Snapt instance.
Slave IP Address: Please enter the IP address of the Slave server.
Slave Protocol: You can choose to use either one, but will ultimately depend on your wanted setup
Slave Port: This is the port on which your Snapt web interface is installed on. If you changed your port number, please ensure that you change it to your configured port number.
Slave key: This key can be found on the Slave server by going to Setup > Redundancy > Local Replication. Your key will be revealed by hovering your mouse over it.

After completing all the field, you can now proceed to press the "Configure Redundancy" button.

Step 3: Force Sync

Press the "Force Sync" button to push your main instance settings over to your slave server.

 

Step 4: Start Redundancy 

You can now start redundancy on your main instance. Remember you need to manually start redundancy on the slave server.

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