How to sync content between source and destination servers after migration?

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    poh inah

     

    Hi
    Can you say, what does mean these asterisks in the string below?

    cd C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Plesk\\var\\modules\\panel-migrator\\sessions\\*****
    C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Plesk\\var\\modules\\panel-migrator\\sessions\\*****>"%plesk_dir%admin/plib/modules/panel-migrator/backend/plesk-migrator.bat" copy-content
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    Anton Maslov

    @poh inah thank you for the comment!**** - means directory name for the specific session, changed to <session_dir_name> to make the article more

    **** - means directory name for the specific migration session, changed to <session_dir_name> to make the article more informative.

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    Unknown User

    nice article

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    Baretto James

    I am currently using GS Richcopy 360 which provides real time file sync, which means you dont have to worry about the synchronization problem. Cheers, give it a shot!

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    Artyom Baranov

    @Baretto James,

    Hi, the article is dedicated to synchronization by Plesk means. GS Richcopy 360 was not tested for that purpose, therefore, we cannot recommend it.

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    Fran - HIS

    After the initial Migration, here is how to re-sync multiple subscriptions all at once with Plesk Migrator Version: 2.17

    As Plesk Server admin:


    Go to Plesk Extensions -> My Extensions -> Plesk Migrator -> Open
    Click on the current Migration IP address
    Click on "List Of Subscriptions" tab.
    Click on "Switch to advanced mode" tab.
    Select the subscription(s) to re-sync
    Click on the grey tab "Re-Sync"

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    Alisa Kasyanova

    @Fran - HIS
    Thank you, this would be really helpful for other Pleskians!

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