Tutorial Series

How To Migrate to a New Linux Server

Migrating to a new server can be a complex and involved task. Not only do you have to transfer the data itself to a new location, you also have to replicate the service environment and ensure that your components interact as you expect them to. In this series, we will take you through the steps needed to migrate an existing installation to a new server. Follow along to start developing your migration plan.
  • There are many reasons why you may have to migrate your server to a new environment at some point in your project. Migrations are difficult, and each one is unique. In this series, we'll talk about how to go about setting up a successful migration. This article will cover how to prep your systems so that the migration goes smoothly.
  • There are many reasons why you may have to migrate your server to a new environment at some point in your project. Migrations are difficult, and each one is unique. In this series, we'll talk about how to go about setting up a successful migration. This article will cover how to begin your migration after prepping the system. We will cover how to transfer data and configuration files.
  • There are many reasons why you may have to migrate your server to a new environment at some point in your project. Migrations are difficult, and each one is unique. In this series, we'll talk about how to go about setting up a successful migration. This article will cover how to transfer the remaining data and settings off of your original server after the main data has been moved.