A problem with peer-to-peer (P2P) server management systems is that they are highly dependent on file servers when performing server management functions.
Herein, this problem is examined by applying a P2P method server management system to a virtual server system.
To create a P2P method server management system that does not require a file server, we adopt a synchronous editing method to share management files
and propose an automatic replication original server method as a backup server startup method to recover functions in the event of server failure.
To validate our proposed method, we constructed an experimental virtual server system capable of operating both the proposed and conventional file server-based methods
and then conducted experiments that confirm the superiority of our proposed method.