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I want to move my existing ISPC 3 from my old xen and lenny system, to a new KVM and sqeeze installed system.
I set up a new system with an actual "Perfect setup" wrote on howtoforge for sqeeze, and installed a fresh ISPC 3. I think I would rsync the /var/www, /var/vmail, and all databases. What can I do after that? Every other config file under /etc and /var/spool/cron and whatever made automaticaly, or I need to copy/do something? I don't like headache
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Ok. I am done the copying. In /etc/bind the pri. files are not created. How can I do a manual process to generate this files?
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Please check /etc/bind/named.conf.local if all your zones are listed.
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Ok. I am done the copying. In /etc/bind the pri. files are not created. How can I do a manual process to generate this files?
See ISPConfig > Tools > DNS Tools > Resync
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Yes the zones are listed in named.conf.local.
The Resync is worked all files are created. Thx!
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Hello, what about users and groups which are automatically created for websites? When I tried to move already configured ISPConfig to new machine I had problem with copying files with their permissions, because on clean destination server I don't have this users and groups. In what way did you solve this problem?
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Hello, what about users and groups which are automatically created for websites? When I tried to move already configured ISPConfig to new machine I had problem with copying files with their permissions, because on clean destination server I don't have this users and groups. In what way did you solve this problem?
Go to /var/www/yoursite.com and look at the user and group of a file that ISPconfig has made on the new machine. So, let's say that the new folder is user web3 and group client1, you would type
chown -R web3:client1 *
and press enter.

You MUST be in the "home" of the user you wish to change.
If you're root and in the wrong directory, you can seriously mess things up!
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