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As an alternative option, you can configure GeoIP protection using nginx GeoIP module https://docs.plesk.com/en-US/obsidian/administrator-guide/website-management/websites-and-domains/extended-website-management/plesk-for-linux-setting-up-ip-geolocation-for-a-website.80011/
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The Mailman 3 is shipped by default on Ubuntu 18 and Debian 10.
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AALiwindo shared this idea ·
I see here that it depends what kind of failover is requested to be implemented. A manual failover solution or an automatic one. Because for a manual one I do not see that it should be too complicated: Establish a permanent ssh connection between the servers and create a monitoring service who detects changed files. Afterwards they will be synced to the replication server.
Way more complicated might be a multi-node scenario or as said an automatic failover which detects if the primary goes down and starts the takeover based on defined conditions.
Recommendation: Create the manual failover approach for the normal licence and add a more complex solution for extra licensing.