How to move existing ISPC3

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by reset, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. reset

    reset New Member

    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 :)
  2. reset

    reset New Member

    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?
  3. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Please check /etc/bind/named.conf.local if all your zones are listed.
  4. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    See ISPConfig > Tools > DNS Tools > Resync
  5. reset

    reset New Member

    Yes the zones are listed in named.conf.local.
    The Resync is worked all files are created. Thx!
  6. lucani

    lucani Member HowtoForge Supporter

    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?
  7. talkingnews

    talkingnews New Member

    Go to /var/www/ 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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