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I feel this must be something other people have had to do before me but I can't find anything useful anywhere on this topic. I've inherited an ISPConfig 3 server with a number of sites spread across 2 separate servers. I want to rationalise the setup so that there is only one server.

Moving the files for a site from one server seems straightforward enough, simply zipping up the files and then SCPing them across. Fine. But how do I change the configuration in the ISPConfig control panel? "Server" isn't editable, and it won't let me create another site with the same domain as an existing entry.

Does anyone know of any documentation for this? I really can't be the first person to want to move sites across servers! I've found some people who've migrated an entire ISPConfig server with multiple sites from one machine to another in one fell swoop, but that's not what I'm after; I want to move individual sites from one server to another. Any help greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

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closed as off-topic by HopelessN00b Mar 3 '15 at 7:47

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How about you just take the opportunity to ditch the GUI? – EEAA Nov 10 '12 at 17:32
+1 to EEAA. ISPConfig is only gonna hold you back. Drop that shit like 3rd period french. – Tom O'Connor Nov 10 '12 at 17:44
In the long term I might be tempted to lose ISPConfig and replace it with something more streamlined, such as WHM/cPanel, but in the short term that's not really an option. – Matt Lowe Nov 10 '12 at 22:38

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