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Migrate cPanel to cPanel

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  • cPanelMichael
    Hello, Replication/High Availability isn't yet supported, but I encourage you to review the following feature requests and vote/add feedback: Server configuration and data auto-sync (mirroring) Active-Active Redundancy or High-availability Built-in load balancing, replication, high availability Also, you can review the comments sections on these feature requests to see examples of how other users are implementing custom setups. Thank you.
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  • MaxenceDef
    Hello Michael, Thanks for your answer, HA and replication are great too, but actually I'm looking for something who can help me to move 1 account cPanel to another cPanel. My example, I got 2 cPanel server with differents accounts. On my cPanel1 I got 2 big clients who use a lot of traffic, ram or cpu, my cPanel2 is hosting only small account with few charge, so the idea will be to migrate 1 account from cPanel1 to cPanel2 to balance the charge. I dont want 2 cPanel with the exact configuration/account. I'm looking for an easy way to migrate 1 account (DNS,WEB,DB,Email,etc) to another cPanel server like VMotion.
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  • cPanelMichael
    Hello, You can use "WHM >> Transfer Tool" for this purpose. It's documented at: Transfer Tool - Version 66 Documentation - cPanel Documentation Thanks!
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