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gsmtek 17th March 2013 11:25

Website move multiserver
 
I need to move some web sites to another server in multiserver mode. When I change the server under web domain nothing happened.

Please help... what do I wrong?

THX

almere 18th March 2013 09:30

hey.

It is not possible to move the site without files transfer. First you have to change the server of the site and than transfer all files with FTP or whatever ( and databases, i guess ). Is that, what you mean?

gsmtek 19th March 2013 00:48

Thanks for your respose, but I think it is possible, because of folder structure with a script. I change the server, and the Ispconfig create the domain's vhost, user, database on the other one, then move data, check it, then remove from the old server. The Ispconfig database store the domain datas like user, folder, database name and user, ftp user and of course the passwords. Everythig is a $variable...

Should be put this to the feature request...

ressel 19th March 2013 01:12

Vote for this request:
http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org/inde...s&task_id=2635

almere 19th March 2013 07:18

I said, that it is not possible in the current version. If you are talking about development, of course. Nothin is unpossible for Till :D

SamTzu 21st March 2013 18:24

This would be a killer script. Yea.

zbuzanic 12th September 2014 12:46

One additional question about migration, I want to migrate only some sites to new server. Is it possible to retain their paths on new server?
- delete website site.com from server1
path was /var/www/clients/client1/web145/
- create site site.com on server2
path is now /var/www/clients/client1/web564/

So, is there a safe way to change web564 to web145?


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