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hack3rcon
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Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by hack3rcon » 2019/05/07 10:02:29

Hello.
I have a CentOS 6.6 web server with "Apache" and "Magento" CMS. My server is not OK and I want to reinstall a new CentOS web server and migrate the old server to it but I don't know how can I migrate it? How can I move Magneto website?
Any idea?

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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by mghe » 2019/05/07 11:24:22

Probably Magneto consist with database and files, so You have to backup database and files and restore in new server.
Look to cron job to check extra script for Magneto if exist.
Read doc provide by Magneto, there will be explain how to configure server, etc.

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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by TrevorH » 2019/05/07 15:17:07

There is no upgrade from CentOS 6 to 7. You will need to reinstall the system and your apps and migrate the date over.
CentOS 5 died in March 2017 - migrate NOW!
CentOS 6 goes EOL sooner rather than later, get upgrading!
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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by hack3rcon » 2019/05/08 16:07:16

mghe wrote:
2019/05/07 11:24:22
Probably Magneto consist with database and files, so You have to backup database and files and restore in new server.
Look to cron job to check extra script for Magneto if exist.
Read doc provide by Magneto, there will be explain how to configure server, etc.
Yes, it has DB and theme but for Magento, should I copy and paste the files manually?

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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by hack3rcon » 2019/05/08 16:09:03

TrevorH wrote:
2019/05/07 15:17:07
There is no upgrade from CentOS 6 to 7. You will need to reinstall the system and your apps and migrate the date over.
I want to do it but which parts must be considered? For example, DB, Firewall rules and...

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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by TrevorH » 2019/05/08 16:10:03

To migrate a magento instance you need to read the docs for Magento. It's not something we supply.
CentOS 5 died in March 2017 - migrate NOW!
CentOS 6 goes EOL sooner rather than later, get upgrading!
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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by mghe » 2019/05/09 05:39:02

hack3rcon wrote:
2019/05/08 16:07:16
mghe wrote:
2019/05/07 11:24:22
Probably Magneto consist with database and files, so You have to backup database and files and restore in new server.
Look to cron job to check extra script for Magneto if exist.
Read doc provide by Magneto, there will be explain how to configure server, etc.
Yes, it has DB and theme but for Magento, should I copy and paste the files manually?
Yes, files of Magento website You can copy.

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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by hack3rcon » 2019/05/09 09:10:39

TrevorH wrote:
2019/05/08 16:10:03
To migrate a magento instance you need to read the docs for Magento. It's not something we supply.
How about OS? Which parts of old OS must be considered?

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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by hack3rcon » 2019/05/18 05:45:00

Any idea?

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Re: Upgrade CentOS 6.6 to CentOS 7.6.

Post by hunter86_bg » 2019/05/18 06:23:35

Don't copy OS files.
If you neeed to change anything - do it after full reinstall.

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