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Will KernelCare extension for Plesk work after migration?

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    Junaid Ahmed

    Hi Leonid Gukhman,

    I have tried to run this command and I see the success message. But the extension still seems to stay licensed. Can you please also advise on how to deploy this on the new server. I do not see a way of extracting the license information from the existing server. It does not seem to have a license key/id anywhere.

     

    thanks,

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    Leonid Gukhman

    Junaid Ahmed

    The KernelCare license is bound to the main Plesk license key, so it is installed on the new one, as well.

    After running the --unregister command on the old server, retrieve keys on the new one under Tools & Settings > License Management.

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    Junaid Ahmed

    Hi Leonid Gukhman, I had tried this prior to my comment and the installation does not find any licenses as such.

    I feel that the two servers may have different independent licenses. These are two separate dedicated machines provided by ionos. Separate IP addresses also. How do I proceed in this situation?

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