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Old 25th June 2009, 16:47
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Default Upgrading ISP2 to ISP3

Hi.

I have to change my server wich it's configured a ISP 2 version.
I'll getting a new server to migrate all system to it.

Do you konw any procedure to migrate all information at old server (ISP2) to a new server (ISP3)?

It's only posible reconfiguring all domains like new ins the ISP3?

Thanks a lot
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Old 26th June 2009, 03:43
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Don't believe there is an upgrade path...

But, thinking of that need, you may have inspired me to do some coding.... 'cause I'm sure I'll need it some day... should be simple enough - grab all databases (not client...just ispc), re-arrange the data, create some sane default data for new things that don't have equivalents, insert said data into the proper tables - maybe even do it by forming post requests to create the stuff in ispc3...

Of course, this now means you are making me download the debian net installer...
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