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Old 22nd November 2010, 01:50
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Default Debian Server hardware upgrade questions

My current ISPConfig3 server is on an Intel Pentium 4 system with 2 80GB SATA drives configured in LVM as one big drive.
(I mostly did this just to see how it worked, and because debian would see the software RAID as 2 devices and not the RAID 0 I wanted.)

So that is where I am at now. I have a Dual AMD Opteron server coming next week. It will have 2 250GB SATA drives, and 12GB RAM when I have it all assembled.

So my questions are, how easy or difficult would it be to transfer everything from the P4 system to the AMD?

What steps would you take? Other than network drivers, what other problems will I encounter?

I do have a daily backup running using the back-res script posted here.
ISPConfig - The Perfect Server - Debian Wheezy (nginx, BIND, Dovecot, ISPConfig 3)
Installed on Debian 7.6 on a KVM VPS
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