Here are the simple few minutes steps that you can use to migrate your websites from one Kloxo Panel to another simply one server to another server .
For the test am taking the following references :
Domain : domain.com
Database Details :-
->Hostname : localhost
->Database Name : db_test
->Database Username : db_test
->Database Pass : password
Old Server Kloxo : Kloxo 1
New Server Kloxo : Kloxo 2
Old Server SSH : SSH 1
New Server SSH : SSH 2
Note : Do not change your DNS to new server as we need old domain working to wget the files and database .
Here we go :-
Step 1 . Login to your Kloxo 1 and login using root in SSH 1 .
Step 2 . Lets assume that we are moving domain.com to different server , go to File Manager > domain.com
Then select your domain.com . It should show your files .
Step 3 . First unhide all files , Just click on T Hidden .
Step 4 . Then select all files using the checkbox . Then click on Zip , it will take few mins depending upon your processor speed .
Now you’ll be having something named NewArchive-Month-Year-Date.zip in your files .
The location for your archive is /home/admin/domain.com/ .
Step 5 . Head over to the SSH 1 .
Files backup is done , we’ll now going to take backup of your site database .
To backup database run the below command .
After this command is executed it will then ask for your database password , just put the password as “password” . Remember its an database password not the Mysql root password .
Once password is given , it will start backup of database and place it with your site files .
Step 6 . Login to Kloxo 2 and SSH 2 .
Step 7 . Now create a new domain.com on new server in Kloxo 2 .
Click on Domain tab :-
Then add your domain.com here :-
Step 8 . Now head over to SSH 2 .
Execute the following commands .
Now we’ll fetch files from old server to new server .
Step 9 . We now start procedure to restore files .
Be sure you still in same directory in SSH 2 .
The above command will extract files .
Step 10 . Now in order to restore Database , you first need to create new database in Kloxo 2 .
Click on MySQL Databases and then click tab for “Add Mysql Database” .
After the database creation , head back to SSH 2 .
Execute the following command .
Again , use your database password to proceed with the restore . Remember it needed the database password to proceed not the root mysql password .
Finally , in the end your site is successfully migrated from one server to another .
If anyone is facing any issues in migration then you can leave a comment , we’d be happy to assist .