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Old 31st October 2006, 14:21
eldaria eldaria is offline
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Arrow Recovering a server. (Ubuntu)

I have been running my server with the ISPConfig perfect setup for Ubuntu 6.06 64bit since July.
And well, I did the fatal mistake of dist-upgrade my server, which resulted in server stopped working, I found out it is related to me running 64bit on Intel and not AMD.

I gave up trying to fix it and decided to reinstall running 32bit instead, so I followed the Ubuntu 6.10 Perfect setup, and installed latest version of ISPConfig
I have mysql dumps of my databases, and a backup copy of /var/www and /home
The server only had 1 site with 4 mail users.

What is the easiest or quickest aproach to restore the site, mail and user details?

Should I just import the db_ispconfig sql dump, and then restore the files in /var/www?

Or is there more to it?
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