Hello all, This is my first post here although I have been a Plesk user for a long time now. I have a problem I am trying to solve. The object is to achieve high availability (99.99%+) and uptime using 2 servers. The only software on the servers that requires a license is Plesk, so my bigest questions lie there. Here is what I had in mind: I install 2 servers with identical CentOS configuration and Plesk. Server 1: DELL PowerEdge R410 Server 2: DELL PowerEdge 1950 Server 1 is live on the internet and that is where users get servered from. Server two is just sitting there receiving routine data syncs. I figured I could install the same sever setup on both servers, configure the same settings then use rsync to keep server 1's data in sync with server 2. The only thing I am not sure about is the databases. Also, I would like to avoid having to pay for 2 Plesk licenses so can I keep 1 server as a nonactive version and the live server as the active version. Also, I would not be apposed to just stripping it down to the basics: Apache, PHP, MySQL, Python, etc and have the second server use not control panel but maintain the settings Plesk has on Apache to just simply server the files while I repair the first server. Im still trying to wrap my head around this, so I am very open to any suggestions. Anybody?