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#1

Hi from Italy and thanks for this amazing script! I’d like to offer you a coffee (a good Italy coffee) if you accept donations :slight_smile:

Any advice to migrate an old wpmu install into a new webserver created with your tool?
I create an install with the domain name and edited my hosts file to follow the new address instead the old (i saw easyengine rewrite rules with the domain specified)

Now i can follow the WP guide or there are any advice?


#2

@feedtek
Thanks for your reply.

You can follow this article https://rtcamp.com/easyengine/docs/site-migration/ to migrate your current WPMU site to new server.

For donation, you can make it from here https://rtcamp.com/donate/?project=easyengine :slight_smile:

Thanks,
–Mitesh


#3

Thanks for the reply mitesh, another little hint
Can i create 2 or more install on a server (es 1 wpmu and 1 wp) and change the default http listen port? And how about configuring sftp with different account pointing different htdocs

Maybe a coffe isn’t enought :wink:


#4

@feedtek

Yes you can create any number of WordPress multisite
For WordPress multisite only requirement is separate ip address or port

For sftp: https://rtcamp.com/easyengine/docs/setup-sftp/
This will create a common sftp for all the websites


#5

For separate sftp for every sites needs lots of changes
first we need to create a separate php-fpm pool for every site

Now need to change ssh settings to lock user on there website webroot
After that we need to change website permission so that sftp upload and web upload both works without any conflicts.

You can hire us to get this done: https://rtcamp.com/contact/


#6

Hi @feedtek,

I hope your query is resolved. I am closing this support ticket for now.

Feel free to create a new support ticket if you have any queries further. :slight_smile:


#7