migrating Cyrus data
Ban Attila Istvan
Attila.Ban at bibl.u-szeged.hu
Fri Sep 23 08:37:06 EDT 2005
> simple question. I have two servers, A and B. Both have
> cyrus-imapd2.2.10 installed. I want to migrate all A`s cyrus data to B one.
> Is safe to simply _scp_ all cyrus-based directories to B ? I mean:
> scp -R /data/cyrus/ root at B:/data
> Or is there any better way how to migrate much more elegantly ?
Personally I prefer using rsync, which is generally the better choice
for this kind of job.
You don't need to install rsyncd on the machines, you'll just need the
Something similar will be required to be issued:
root at B# rsync -e ssh -avHx A:/data/cyrus/ /data/
Don't forget, that it will not succeed if A and B has some arch
differencies, eg. i386 and amd64. At least is resulted segfault at me.
Miham Kerekes -- Hungary -- University of Szeged, University Library
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