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 KVM VPS Migration between hosts, How to migrate VPS to another server (3 Replies, Read 4618 times)
elcoserv
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Hello,
I would like to transfer some KVM VPS from one server to another. I have created template from VPS and build new VPS from this template on another server, after that the VPS is not reachable via ping or ssh. Probably I do some mistake.
How to transfer VPS ?
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alons
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Hi,

Sir, we have an inbuilt migration tool between Slave and Master Servers :
http://www.virtualizor.com/wiki/GUI_Migration

Regards,
Alons

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elcoserv
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Hi,

I did as explained, migration was finished successful. I can start / stop VPS but it is unreachable via new ip. Same problem as I told from begining in this thread.
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webtel
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Hi

There seems to be a bug with migration script as one of the undeveloped files refer to eth1 instead of eth0. So when you try to start migrated vps network it says eth0 does not exist
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