Request Samples (Windows)

This packet starts migration (with only the required options specified) of the reseller account with login name "john_doe" from remote Plesk for Unix server. No customer or subscriptions owned by the reseller are not migrated. After the migration is completed, there will be the reseller account in destination Plesk, with empty IP pool and no customer and subscriptions registered for this reseller.

<packet version="1.6.0.2">
<migration>
<start>
   <host>192.0.2.152</host>
   <login>admin</login>
   <password>Dws5nnd8UU</password>
   <destination-host-directory>D:\migration-dumps</destination-host-directory>
   <system-type>unix</system-type>

   <selected-objects>
      <migrate-resellers>
         <reseller>
            <name>john_doe</name>
         </reseller>
      </migrate-resellers>
   </selected-objects>

</start>
</migration>
</packet>

This packet starts migrating mail content and configuration of two subscriptions - example.com and sample.net - owned by reseller with login name "terry_liu" from server running Windows. IP and database mappings for the required domains are defined. After the migration is completed, there will be this reseller account with these domain accounts with only mail content and configuration (and no hosting) in destination Plesk.

<packet version="1.6.3.0">
<migration>
<start>
   <host>192.0.2.152</host>
   <login>admin</login>
   <password>Dws5nnd8UU</password>
   <destination-host-directory/>
   <system-type>windows</system-type>

   <only-mail/>

   <selected-objects>
      <migrate-resellers>
         <reseller>
            <name>terry_liu</name>
            <ip>
               <old>
                  <ip-type>shared</ip-type>
                  <ip-address>192.0.2.85</ip-address>
               </old>
               <new>
                  <ip-type>shared</ip-type>
                  <ip-address>192.0.2.55</ip-address>
               </new>
            </ip>
            <ip>
               <old>
                  <ip-type>exclusive</ip-type>
                  <ip-address>192.0.2.86</ip-address>
               </old>
               <new>
                  <ip-type>exclusive</ip-type>
                  <ip-address>192.0.2.56</ip-address>
               </new>
            </ip>
            <webspace>
               <name>example.com</name>
               <ip>
                  <old>
                     <ip-type>shared</ip-type>
                     <ip-address>192.0.2.85</ip-address>
                  </old>
                  <new>
                     <ip-type>shared</ip-type>
                     <ip-address>192.0.2.55</ip-address>
                  </new>
               </ip>
               <db-server>
                  <old>
                     <host>msql3</host>
                     <port>3306</port>
                     <type>mysql</type>
                  </old>
                  <new>
                     <host>localhost</host>
                     <port>3306</port>
                     <type>mysql</type>
                  </new>
               </db-server>
            </webspace>
            <webspace>
               <name>sample.net</name>
               <ip>
                  <old>
                     <ip-type>exclusive</ip-type>
                     <ip-address>192.0.2.86</ip-address>
                  </old>
                  <new>
                     <ip-type>exclusive</ip-type>
                     <ip-address>192.0.2.56</ip-address>
                  </new>
               </ip>
               <db-server>
                  <old>
                     <host>msql3</host>
                     <port>3306</port>
                     <type>mysql</type>
                  </old>
                  <new>
                     <host>localhost</host>
                     <port>3306</port>
                     <type>mysql</type>
                  </new>
               </db-server>
            </webspace>
         </reseller>
      </migrate-resellers>
   </selected-objects>
</start>
</migration>
</packet>

 

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