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Old 13th August 2012, 12:48
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My server needs to be upgraded to Ubuntu 12.
What are the right steps to "easily" migrate to the new server?
(db's, data, mail, ispconfig etc)
There's a saying in Dutch (in my best English translation): I don't see the forrest because of all the trees.
Untill now it's not clear how to do a "good" migration to a new server. Is it an idea to create a sticky about this?

*I copied (with rsync) all the data from
/var/www
/etc
/var/log/ispconfig/httpd
/var/vmail
/var/lib/mysql
(databases were not available on new server when I did this, so I dumped the db's on the old server and copied them to the new server with:
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mysqldump --opt --user=root --password=xxxxxxxx --all-databases | gzip > mysql_backup.sql.gz
) For some reason the dbispconfig database was not imported so I imported it by hand via phpmyadmin.

Do I need to copy more or is this enough??
Is there anything I missed?

Last edited by till; 29th November 2012 at 09:26.
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