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18-05-2010, 03:41 AM #1
Transfering Site content of Fedora 2
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I have a client who is running a Fedora 2 machine, it is hosting some website files and database. To access the site files is via IP no domain is poitning to the machine
Was just wondering what would be the best way to transfer site files and database to a CentOS/Cpanel account?
What directories should i look into and database location to extract this information.
Just a note I dont have to much experience in Fedora 2..
18-05-2010, 01:53 PM #2
Re: Transfering Site content of Fedora 2
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If your version of mySQL supports the usage of the mysqldump function that would be the best way?.
MySQL :: MySQL 5.1 Reference Manual :: 4.5.4 mysqldump ? A Database Backup Program
You'd require shell access to the server to do that of course.
the actual database tables/files are found in /var/lib/mysql on most systems, There's also a hacky way to transfer mySQL files to a new server provided you have root access to access the /var/lib/mysql directory.
18-05-2010, 04:25 PM #3Re: Transfering Site content of Fedora 2
perhaps you can try to tar the whole / dir and untar to your new server.█ CHHOST.NET ● Business Grade Hosting
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