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October 21, 2016, 11:00:25 AM
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I had a website hosted at Namecheap but ran out of disk space.I decided to move it to my own server and host it there.I moved the DNS over and everything is fine but I am not sure how to move the contents of the site.Any help would be great.
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October 21, 2016, 12:07:34 PM
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I can help you pm me the details. Did you back up your site and upload it on your new server?
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October 21, 2016, 12:13:35 PM
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If it's php/mysql scripts (or static files) from a LAMP stack to a LAMP stack, it's usually the following steps:
1) syncing the files from old to new
2) making a dump of the old database
3) making sure you have a database on the new side
4) importing the dump from step 2
5) finding the config files, editing the database details

Afterwards, keep an eye on your error.log... Possible errors could include:
- incomplete sync/files in the wrong place
- wrong permissions
- wrong database settings
- ...

If you can't do it yourself, I'd suggest trying to make a deal with A!. If you can't make an agreement, you can always contact me, and i'll have a quick look. I do charge a nominal fee if it's a lot of work... If it's just a couple of minutes, i'll probably do it for free.

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