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iTools 9 : Security : Moving iTools from one machine to another Print send FAQs by e-mailask a question
Question:I am moving to a new machine, but I am not changing processors. Is the move less complicated?
Answer:Yes. You can simply tar the Tenon directory and move then entire Tenon directory intact to the new iTools installation on your new machine. Here are the steps:

Install iTools and associated packages on the new machine. Verify that iTools AdminServer and WebServer are running.

On the old machine, as root simply:
cd /Library
tar czvf ~/Desktop/Tenon.tgz Tenon

(This creates a Tenon.tgz on your Desktop. Move that tar image to the new machine.)

Shutdown WebServer on new machine and, as root, restore the backed up data to new machine, as follows:

cd /Library
tar xzvf ~/Desktop/Tenon.tgz

Restart WebServer on new machine. Test web sites and verify that they are working properly.

When testing is complete, change hostname and IP address of new machine (if necessary).

last updated 11.01.2011
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