On Fri, 18 Nov 2022 at 21:58, Scott Blaydes email@example.com wrote:
I believe that is beyond the scope of this list.
Best bet would be to make a clone of the system and try running Elevate. If you can't make a clone, build a new server and try it.
Also, if you do choose to build a new server and install an Alma/Virtualmin server, you can migrate backups from the CentOS/Virtualmin and restore them on the new Alma/Virtualmin server.
Thank you, Scott Blaydes
Dear Scott Blaydes,
Thank you for your reply.
I think you may have saved my day.
You mean I can make full and complete backups of my web hosting control panel using the Virtualmin GUI web interface in CentOS 7.9 and restore the backups on the fresh new installation of AlmaLinux 9.1/Virtualmin server?
That means I do not need to make a clone of my CentOS 7.9 linux server and run Elevate tool already. I can simply make a fresh new installation of both AlmaLinux 9.1 and Virtualmin on a brand new server.
No migration needed and no headaches and complications.
Mr. Turritopsis Dohrnii Teo En Ming
On Wed, Nov 16, 2022 at 10:45:10PM +0800, Turritopsis Dohrnii Teo En Ming wrote:
Subject: Can I use the Elevate tool to migrate my CentOS 7.9 with Virtualmin/Webmin to AlmaLinux 9.0?
Good day from Singapore,
I understand both CentOS Linux and AlmaLinux follow Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
I have 2 CentOS 7.9 Linux virtual private servers (VPS) in Europe. They are running Virtualmin/Webmin web hosting control panel in master and slave configuration.
Unfortunately, the end of life (EOL) date for CentOS 7.9 is 30 June 2024, which is less than 2 years away.
Can I use the Elevate tool to migrate my CentOS 7.9 with Virtualmin/Webmin to AlmaLinux 9.0? Is it technically impossible or will result in too many complications?
Should I install AlmaLinux 9.0 from fresh and then install Virtualmin instead? If I choose this route, I will need to ask Virtualmin developers how I can migrate the web hosting control panel from CentOS 7.9 to AlmaLinux 9.0.
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