We need an experienced Linux administrator to help us move 20 domains to a different server.
I would like for you to advise us how to do it.
We would like to use Plesk, just because we are familiar with it. Have you used Plesk sever migration too? Please let us know if that would work. I would rather not use SSH if we don't have to....
I would like to work with an EXPERIENCED Linux administrator that can help us with this. I would like to do the work, you will just tell us how to do it.
We have Linux, PHP and MySQL websites. What is easiest... the server migration tool on Plesk? or just backing up each domain file and restoring on new server?
Also, with the Plesk server migration tool, would the migration also handle the setting up of the databases and emails?
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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