Just a question, why not use the mirror function, setup the new server,
let it be a "slave" to the old "master", let the 2 sync for a while,
then switch over to the new slave? Netwin allows a 30 day "trial
license" that will allow you to do that, then transfer you license from
the old machine to the new machine?
I think that's how I would approach a migration.
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On 1/3/2014 10:20 AM, JDL wrote:
> Hello list!
> I have seen post in the past regarding this issue but I did not save that and I am unable to find them on the web site. We are migrating SurgeMail from a 32-bit linux server to a 64-bit linux server. I have the information for moving SurgeMail from the web site.
> However, since we are changing platforms, I believe there are some files, particularly in g_home (/usr/local/surgemail) that will not work properly from one platform to another. If I recall, there were some performance counters or other binary data files that would not be compatible. I was wondering if anyone had any further information on what files should NOT be migrated from one platform to other.
> Jim Lohiser
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