I was thinking that a nice feature would be the ability to migrate a site from a different server. E.g. something like:
migrate example.com -from=[SERVER_IP]
Obviously, it would have to assume that both servers run Webinoly and they can already communicate with each other via SSH. Α command like that should also be able to identify specific Webinoly settings and migrate them as well (e.g. -cache=on or off, ssl, httpauth users etc).
In conjunction with that, it would be nice if we could assign aliases to other servers so that we could use it instead of the IP like so
migrate example.com -from=[SERVER_ALIAS]
This is exactly what I was looking for on Google before I landed here!
It would be AWESOME to have this feature!
We only copy a list of packages and features that are enabled/disabled, the installation on the new server is like a fresh installation following this list, but each package will be optimized with the new server resources.
So you have nothing to worry about, it's the same as if you have a list of things and you install a new server following this list.
The past few days I did a few site migrations from one server to another. Everything worked great and Webinoly made the process very easy, as all it took was a few commands. As I didn't want to migrate the entire server but only a few sites, though, I thought that a great feature would be to batch migrate selected sites, with something like:
sudo webinoly -backup=local -export=[example1.com,example2.com,example3.com]
This could export a single file which, in turn, when running import on the destination server, would batch import all of them.
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