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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mark1hos, Oct 22, 2004.

  1. mark1hos

    mark1hos Active Member

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    We are trying to transfer some accounts from one of our servers to a new one, however on the new server when attempting to perform the transfer it keeps saying the server unexpectedly terminated the connection.

    I have stopped our firewall as I am not sure what else would stop it from connecting.

    I hope someone can help as we have around 50 domain names to move!

    Thank you
     
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    you could try and move them over just as backup tar balls if you are interested in outsouring the work contact me via aim/icq 258451017 or tarner@tracomp.com.

    ~Tim
     
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    How would we move them over via tarballs?
     
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    create site backups using cpanels backup
    /scripts/cpbackup
    copying the files over to the new server and restoring thorough whm.

    ~Tim
     
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    Thank you!

    How do I copy the backups over to the new server?
     
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    GOT Get Proactive!

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    Either download them from the old server and then reupload them, or, the best way to go is to use the scp command.
     
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    This probably means that you have a hosts.allow or some other blocking.
     
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