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Subject:10 steps to migrate Web site servers with the least of problems
Summary:10 steps to migrate
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Author:aburachman
Date:2009-06-10 11:04:31
Update:2009-09-27 04:55:18
 

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aburachman
2009-06-10 15:36:39
Thanks......good tips.

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jww_van
2009-09-27 04:49:37 - In reply to message 1 from aburachman
One important step missed in the article is to do url redirection during site migration. Site migration impacts everyone, u'd better do so. Have a look at the URLRedirector solution provided by http://www.pangosoft.ca. They are good at this.

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Manuel Lemos
2009-09-27 04:55:18 - In reply to message 2 from jww_van
If you lower the TTL of DNS records with good anticipation, DNS query caches will pick up DNS changes very quickly.

Anyway, point 7 mentions URL redirection to handle the case on which lowering the TTL is not possible or there may other computers caching DNS queries for longer than the previous TTL.