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Old 18th January 2010, 13:36
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Default Migration from Version 2 to 3

Hi,

I'd like to move from an old Suse 10.1 with ISPconfig 2 to an new Ubuntu Server with ISPconfig 3.
Is there a tuturial howto for migrating the data, i.e.

- ISPconfig database
- customer databases
- webdirectories
- Emails

Alright, already found out there's no way to go from 2 to 3 via a migration.
OK, then maybe someone can tell me how to migrate the data from one server to another with both ISPConfig 2.

Edit:
For migration from ISPConfig 2 old server to ISPConfig 2 new server, look here.

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Old 19th January 2010, 11:17
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You have to manually create all websites and email accounts and then copy the html and php files from "web" directory of the site from the old server to the "web" directory of the site on the new server. You have to do this for every site. Then change the owner of the files to the new user and group of the site.
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