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Old 2nd June 2008, 11:55
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Default Server migration with ISPC3

Hi,

Is it possible to easily migrate from a server to another with ISPConfig 3 ?

I would like to have 2 small servers synchronized (for redundancy) and, afterwards, to change one both for more powerful one.

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Old 2nd June 2008, 17:02
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In ISPConfig 3, you will normally have just one controlpanel for both servers. The current betas do not include a migration function, but it is planned for later versions.

In the current versions, you would basically just chnage the server in the controlpanel and afterwards copy over all mail and website data with e.g. scp to the other server.
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