Migrating approx. 200 websites and 50 mysql databases to fresh ISPConfig server (Debian 10) from our old four (Debian 6) servers which doesn't have any control panel, just virtualhosts in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/
New ISPConfig server is a standalone install, you get root access so could use scripts.
Plan is :
1. You test which sites still works in old servers (pages that shows up without errors).
2. You make migration (add new domains and databases to ISPConfig, rsync or something files & databases from old to new server).
3. We will make DNS changes to point domains to new server.
4. You test that those sites that was working earlier, still works, if not, make changes from ISPConfig.
+ You propably will need to make changes to some hardcoded serverpaths to customers html files. Like .htaccess files.
+ There will be problems because PHP changes from 5.3 to 7.3. , so we propably need to install optional PHP 5.3.29 to ISPConfig.
+ if our customer contact us that "page is not working" , you will fix it.
Hi I will migrate all the websites and resolve the issues as per your requirement and have expertise in the relevant field. I have 10 years of experience. Ping me for further queries. Thanks
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Hello Hope you are doing well. I have 7 years of experience in Linux and Server Management. I'm an expert in IPSconfig and Linux command line. I can handle this project and complete migration
Hello. I am an experienced developer with knowledge of web, mobile, linux and so on. I am sure I can do your work perfectly. I hope to discuss more in chat. Thank you for your kind attention. Best Regards.
Hi I have 6 year experience I can show you my previous work. I'm Individual freelancer I have no timing issue I can do work any time day/nights. so can we discuss once thanks.
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