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Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by sujitjadhav, Dec 29, 2011.

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  1. sujitjadhav

    sujitjadhav Newbie

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    Anybody please tell :-

    I have 100Gb Backup File as .tar.gz on old server
    I want to Transfer this Backup File to new server
    I have only Cpanel Control on Both servers.

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    So Please Tell me Process of Transfer data old server to new server one.
    Such as Softwares, Scripts and Full Information Please anybody Share. I and my many webmaster friend need it.
     
  2. sujitjadhav

    sujitjadhav Newbie

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    please anybody share
     
  3. _Sunny_

    _Sunny_ BANNED BANNED

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    You can ask your hosting company to do that for you.
     
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  4. Hostwinds

    Hostwinds Power Member UnGagged Attendee Enterprise Member

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    If you need a free transfer hostwinds does this for ALL clients
     
  5. messiaah

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    download rapidleech and install on the server where you want to download the new file and just open it in the web browser and put your link from other server and click download ;)
     
  6. sujitjadhav

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    my company admin not upload backup.
    and bro rapidleech get Timeup limit.
    plz any other way thenshare please
     
  7. Zapdos

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    If both servers allow SSH, you can SSH into the one you want to move to (the one without the files) then SSH from that console into the old server and do a GET request.
     
  8. sujitjadhav

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    Both Server have shell (SSH) activated. please tell me process.
     
  9. sujitjadhav

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    Zapdos tell process
     
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    Server #1: The server you've had for awhile and all the data is on (the backup)
    Server #2: The new server that you want it on.

    1) Using putty ( http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ ) you should SSH into Server #2.
    2) Use the change directory command (cd) to go to where you want the backup to go
    3) ssh IPaddressOFserver1 cat "<" /dir/to/backup/file.tar.gz > nameItWillBeCopiedAs.tar.gz
     
  11. _Chip_

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    use php file transload script
     
  12. sujitjadhav

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    Zapdos Ultimate Thanks to U. Thank you very much...............................
     
  13. sujitjadhav

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    _Chip_ bro php time out hence not work its interrupter.
     
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    PHP:
    <?php
    define
    ('BUFSIZ'4095);
    $url 'http://uroldserver.com/backup.zip';
    $rfile fopen($url'r');
    $lfile fopen(basename($url), 'w');
    while(!
    feof($rfile))
    fwrite($lfilefread($rfileBUFSIZ), BUFSIZ);
    fclose($rfile);
    fclose($lfile);
    ?>
     
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  15. sujitjadhav

    sujitjadhav Newbie

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    _Chip_ If other way u have then please tell
     
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    Personally I would use the scp command rather than ssh and cat.

    If the transfer breaks half way through, you can you rsync to pick up where you left off.
     
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  17. sujitjadhav

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    _Chip_ Thank you for share. its also good bro. Thankz
     
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    If your servers runs on linux get yourself WinSCP and connect to your server using your login and pass. With use of that software you will be able to transfer the file easily by simply dragging and dropping the file from remote to local location.