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mget remote files?!.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rmxs, Dec 2, 2006.

  1. rmxs

    rmxs Member

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    Hello.

    Can someone give me info about how can i tranfer all my files from my old server to my new?

    My old server cannot make backup so the files its one-one not in one file..

    I have ssh access to my new host and i try to use mget command byt this command doesnt tranffer the directories.


    Can someone help?

    FXP its dissabled and its not possible to enable it by my host!
     
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    celliott Well-Known Member

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    To move an account to another server:


    1. Login to the account
    2. Go to backup
    3. Click "Download/Generate Full Backup"
    4. Move this file to the other server
    5. Move the archive into /home
    6. Restore the account though WHM "Restore a cpmove file"

    Hope that helps

    Chris.
     
  3. rmxs

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    In my old account i cannot backup files.

    The only way its to download it and then reupload it (byt its 70gigas)

    I cannot make backup because the cp doesnt support backups its not cpanel or directs admin etc.its custom control panel.

    I can run only cron job byt i dont this that i can backup 70gigas and then untat it to my new server!

    If i can do it via cron job can someone help for the cronjob commands?
     
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    If you have SSH access on both boxes, rsync is a good option. Otherwise, you can use wget :
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    wget -r ftp://username:password@ftp.host.com
    Good luck !
     
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    Its works :)

    Byt if i disconnect from the shell the tranfer stop?
    EDIT: I disconnet the ssh and its ok :)

    If the tranfer for some reason stop there is onother commant that resume the tranfer?
     
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    hello..

    :( the tranfer sto so i must resume it if i run agian this command i thing the files start from the begining and all the files download again and ovewrite again the old

    how can i ressume the download from the last file that stop the tranfer?
     
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