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Old 20th January 2012, 16:34
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Hi,

I have to move to a new Server soon.
Is there an easy way to move ISPConfig3 over to the new server including ALL ISPConfig related stuff like Settings, Domains, Databases, Mails, CronJobs etc?

Is there a list of what should be copied over somewhere?

Thanks,
Kira

PS: I am not too sure if the new Server will be Debian/Lenny again, would it be a problem if the new server would be a Fedora or ArchLinux?
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Old 21st January 2012, 12:17
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If you use virtualization, you can move the whole VM to the new server.

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PS: I am not too sure if the new Server will be Debian/Lenny again, would it be a problem if the new server would be a Fedora or ArchLinux?
ArchLinux is not supported. The recommended distribution is Debian Squeeze.
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