i was tried to transfer site from server using Plesk CP to another using CPanel but i failed.
these required info :
FTP server hostname or IP
Directory to store backups
when i Fill it , i got this message :
Warning: Failed to connect to FTP server: Unable to write file to FTP: Failed FTP upload: Rename/move failure: No such file or directory
name/move failure: No such file or directory
I am not sure where u are located but 100MG (I assume its 100MB) isn't much if you are in a country with high speed connection. Your other option is to hire either an admin to do it or an admin company like the one in http://webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=561722
Plesk is the most advanced control panel for both Windows and Linux currently available and Plesk Migration Manager can migrates various serves to only one at the same time. But cPanel cannot migrate accounts from Plesk 8 at this time, only from 6x. A new cPanel version capable to migrate accounts from the latest Plesk releases is in development at the moment.The Plesk migration is complete: all clients. all domains with its all email accounts, forums, databases, customizations and more...Migration Plesk to Plesk is the state-of-the-art but you will be a Plesk slave for life we suppose... Personally I prefer Plesk over cPanel simply because of the software version(s) of apache/mysql/php and the lower resource intensive nature.I'm not sure how Plesk is for buggy updates for their software, I'd really like to get a Plesk box and see how it performs. I've used both with different companies I manage - I'd recommend Plesk definItely. cPanel is more idiot-friendly (if you don't have some of those yet, you'll get some ) but Plesk is a much, much more stable platform. If you want to 'sell' hosting, cpanel is your best bet due to the features. Plesk is less resource intensive, more secure (better, up to date software) - and generally 'simpler' for the basic things, but cpanel wins with more features and simpler access to all those extra features that web hosting providers usualy need for their clients. Note: Is It Possible To Run Plesk & cPanel on the same server. I would like to have both on the same server or will there be problems. Im not trying to have the same accounts under each but let customers choose at sign up which, control panel they would like. cPanel and Plesk operate on different ports already. I think it should be ok but, I would hate to have to reinstall a server with a bunch of clients on it.