Disaster recovery plans are specific to the scenario you have. Your servers, your setup, what kind of high availability you have, what kind of downtime and data loss is acceptable, how important the servers are, etc.
We can advise you, we cannot give you a DR plan.
p.s. please don't post in caps. It's the online equivalent of shouting at people.
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