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Moving to New Cpanel Server

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by bridgeway04, Jul 10, 2014.

  1. bridgeway04

    bridgeway04 Member

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    My dedicated hosting provider has a “New and Improved” datacenter and they are asking clients to migrate over and upgrade to a new server. That being said, I have been looking for guides on how to accomplish this with the least amount of pain because I can't keep my IP addresses.

    I found this blog post from 2006 and was wondering if anyone has done it like this or know of a newer version?

    Thanks,

    Brad

    Source: /http://bobcares.com/blog/migrating-cpanel-servers/
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    How many accounts do you have ?

    I suggest you to use WHM Transfer function

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  3. cPanelMichael

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    cPanel migration manager utility is the best available. You just have to follow the steps, enter the required authentication details & the migration manager will do it for you. Many users use this utility for successful migration of accounts.

    Follow the doc as suggested by cPanelMichael & it will help you performing a seamless migration.
     
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    Thanks for the direction and solid advice!
     
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