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Moving to Another Web Host (+0/0). - 15/03/2019 Yioop Software Help

I am trying to move my website to another web host. Would it be better to try and reinstall yioop or just move all the files as is from the other host?
Also, if I did reinstall yioop then I would have to move all the data from the old to the new under /work_directory/cache right? And I would have to move the mysql database associated with it correct?
I am trying to move my website to another web host. Would it be better to try and reinstall yioop or just move all the files as is from the other host? Also, if I did reinstall yioop then I would have to move all the data from the old to the new under /work_directory/cache right? And I would have to move the mysql database associated with it correct?
 

-- Moving to Another Web Host (+0/0). - 15/03/2019 Yioop Software Help

It should be okay to do it either way, although it is probably better to reinstall Yioop on the new host so you don't have to worry about differences in server affecting the configuration. Once installed you can just copy the indexes from the old work_directory/cache to the new work_directory/cache and they should work.
Best,
Chris
It should be okay to do it either way, although it is probably better to reinstall Yioop on the new host so you don't have to worry about differences in server affecting the configuration. Once installed you can just copy the indexes from the old work_directory/cache to the new work_directory/cache and they should work. Best, Chris
 

-- Moving to Another Web Host (+0/0). - 15/03/2019 Yioop Software Help

Ok thank you. This should be an adventure :)
I would still have to have the mysql database the same as it was on the original host or does it matter? I have a mixed crawl that I use as an index
Ok thank you. This should be an adventure :) I would still have to have the mysql database the same as it was on the original host or does it matter? I have a mixed crawl that I use as an index
 
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