[Koha] Migrate all Koha data from old server to new server
daehenoc at optusnet.com.au
Thu Jan 19 19:02:35 NZDT 2006
Joshua Ferraro wrote:
>Probably the safest way to proceed is to install Koha on the new server,
>then just mysqldump the Koha database on the old server and restore it
>to the new server. Something like this:
># mysqldump -ukohaadmin -pmypass --add-drop-table Koha > koha.sql
># scp koha.sql myuser at newserver.com:
>Then on the new server:
># mysql -ukohaadmin -pmypass Koha < /home/myuser/koha.sql
>Hope that helps, let us know how it goes.
Fantastic, I will give it a shot and see how we go!
>Joshua Ferraro VENDOR SERVICES FOR OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE
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>On Wed, Jan 18, 2006 at 06:16:07PM +1100, Greg Vickers wrote:
>>We ae running Koha on a dodgy spare desktop that we scrounged up, now we have a nice shiny Dell server to run it on.
>>What is the easiest method of transferring the data from the old server to the new server? (Using Koha 2.2.4 on both servers.) I'm guessing that all I have to do is install Koha on the new server (meet prerequisites etc) and move across the MySQL data to the new server. Am I missing something critical?
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