Migration of your data (files / databases / emails)

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== Preamble ==
 
== Preamble ==
  
You must make sure that your site is compatible with the PHP versions featured on our new offers, that is to say, the versions 7.2/7.3/7.4.
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<span style="color:red">'''You must make sure that your site is compatible with the PHP versions featured on our new offers, that is to say, the versions 7.2/7.3/7.4.'''</span>
  
We will not be held responsible in case of procedural error, loss of data or service interruptions related to the migration.
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<span style="color:red">'''We will not be held responsible in case of procedural error, loss of data or service interruptions related to the migration.'''</span>
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<span style="color:red">'''Netim doesn't support the migration of your data.'''</span>
  
  

Latest revision as of 13:18, 1 April 2020

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[edit] Preamble

You must make sure that your site is compatible with the PHP versions featured on our new offers, that is to say, the versions 7.2/7.3/7.4.

We will not be held responsible in case of procedural error, loss of data or service interruptions related to the migration.

Netim doesn't support the migration of your data.


[edit] File migration

Step 1: Download the files from your Plesk hosting and store them on your computer in a "old website" folder (via FileZilla for example).

Step 2: Configure FileZilla with the data from your new hosting (see the guide)

Step 3: Once connected, copy the files from your "old website" folder to the "public_www" folder of your new hosting (on the right of FileZilla).


[edit] Database migration

Step 1: Login to Plesk, go to Websites & Domains then select Databases, and click Export Dump.

Step 2: Login to PhpMyAdmin on your new hosting and click "Import".


[edit] Email addresses migration

While waiting for our migration tool availability, we recommend that you contact our customer service (support@netim.com), which will tell you the procedure to follow.


[edit] Complementary operations for PrestaShop

Edit the files config/settings.inc.php of PrestaShop. Find in your FTP client the file config/settings.inc.php, open it and edit the lines indicated below:

  • DB_SERVER: database server ;
  • DB_NAME: name of the database;
  • DB_USER: user associated with the database;
  • DB_PASSWD: user password;

Save the file and transfer it to the server.


[edit] Complementary operations for WordPress

Edit the WordPress wp-config.php files. Find in your FTP client the file wp-config.php, open it and edit the lines indicated below:

  • DB_HOST: database server ;
  • DB_NAME: name of the database;
  • DB_USER: user associated with the database;
  • DB_PASSWORD: user's password;

Save the file and transfer it to the server.


[edit] Verification

If you have scripts, you will need to update the database connection information. Then you will need to check that your site is fully functional.


[edit] Point your domain name to your new hosting

Go to Netim direct "Hosting services > Shared hosting management" select your domain name then on the right "Services management > My website management > Details" and click on "Web auto-configuration" and "Mail auto-configuration".

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