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Old 23rd August 2010, 14:15
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Hi All,

I am moving an installation of ISPConfig to another physical server. I have my own list of things to do, but I thought I would check with the community to see if anyone has done this before.

Ideally, I would like to install ISPConfig on the new server and then copy the DB across to the new server and tell it to re-write all the configuration files (passwd, groups, and so on). Is that a realistic expectation or am I in for a much more manual migration?

Or, is there a known better way to do this altogether?

Thanks,

Jon
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