[ZendTo] [Data migration from old installation]

Bocquet Stéphane Stephane.Bocquet at mediapost.fr
Thu Mar 1 14:51:03 GMT 2018


For the database...
I don't know if your MySQL is on the same server with Apache or not.
If so, you will have to export your database (full dump and upgrade schema or just datas depending on your old version)
If not (my case), you'll just have to point to the correct database server and run the upgrade script (or not, depending from the version you came from)

For the files...
You will have to copy ALL the directories under /var/zendto/drop-offs and /var/zendto/incoming.

I think it should work ;)

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De : zendto-bounces at zend.to [mailto:zendto-bounces at zend.to] De la part de Der PCFreak
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Objet : [ZendTo] [Data migration from old installation]


I have successfully setup ZendTo 5 on a new CentOS system, the installer worked great, good job Jules.
I now want to replace an old system with the new one, which is possible by just switching IP addresses.

The only additional thing I would do is to migrate existing uploads from the old system to the new one.

I use MySQL on the old and the new system, so it should be possible to copy the files from the old system to the new one and putting the database entries into the new database.

Has anyone done that before or is there a kind of official way or small howto?

I really don't want to upgrade the old system in place because of the many customizations but I could possibly create a clone of the old machine, do an inplace upgrade (which might maybe upgrade the database) and then transfer stuff to the new server?

Thanks in advance



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