Transfering settings and files from one machine to another
rob at robhq.com
Fri Mar 3 16:35:31 GMT 2006
What flavor of OS is this on? When I build a new machine, I use scp to get my files
over to the new server, aka:
service mysqld stop
scp /var/lib/mysql/database_name root at ipaddress:/var/lib/mysql/
the fire up mysql on the new box.
On Fri, 3 Mar 2006 11:12:48 -0500, Billy A. Pumphrey wrote
> I need to tranfer my bayes database and mysql stuff to the new machine.
> I suppose I would need to transfer the quarantine also. Here is my
> I can't see to know how to transfer them.
> The way that I got by in the past was to ftp the files to a web site and
> then use wget on the other machine to get the file. So I go the long
> way around. On the bayes files, since they are bigger I figure bout
> time I realize how to use ftp.
> I got the server started on the old machine (ftp). I can connect to the
> old machine form the new machine. I go to the directory and try to get
> the files. Get bayes_toks, etc.
> I get an error Faile to open file. Thinking a permission issue. I
> chown the remote files to bpumphrey (the ftp user that I am logged into)
> and chmod the files to 777. Still the error. Any guidance is
> Also, I really have no clue on where to start for moving the mysql
> Thank you
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