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LxAdmin/Kloxo to cPanel
Since LxLabs shut down their services, and my provider moving to vzo and not allowing to use LxLabs products for security issues, I had to move to cPanel/WHM.
Now what my real issue is migration. It would cause me to take a very long time to do the migrations if i had to do it manually b'cos of the internet speeds i have.
So my question is, whether there's an easier way to do the migrations. I'm more interested in databases, as i'm able to do remote uploads of home directories easily.
Using scp connection from first provider to second, data transfer would be much easier.
Nope. you would have to do it manually.
Good thing I bought my new vps at wiredtree.
they did all the migration for my sites and it took them a week to complete it. and best thing of all, there's no charge =D
Yes indeed, you have to do this manually.
Unless cPanel has a 3rd party script that allows this sort of migration from LXadmin. ( Which I highly doubt ).
You'll need to SCP from the LXAdmin to cPanel for each domains individually, and then remember to set file permissions to the user so you can edit files through FTP.
After that, download your databases and import them.
Thanks for the replies guys. I have about 7-8 accounts to transfer so no worries much. I think i'll ask my provider, but will try to transfer couple of accounts before asking them
They told that they'd do it for free. But i wanted to know whether i could do it or not.
Thanks all for the response.
They don't have this yet. =)
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