help backup and transfer/ Migration

Posted on 2005-05-12
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
I have a laptop my company uses for Java development that has slackware on it.  I need to transfer settings and files from it to a Red Hat Enterprise 3 server without disrupting the RH ES3 server.  How can I do this?  When I say disrupting, I mean not messing up any OS files.
Question by:evidica
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    What type of settings?  Network, software?
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    i just need data and apache, java, and tomcat settings.
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    We really need some more information about your setup. Like on your RHE3 what is already running. Is there already a webserver, is there already tomcat, what other things is it used for? Where do you have those things installed on your slackware ?

    Even with all this information, I'm not sure if we can completly help you here at EE, as even if I had full access to the system this would be quite some work to do, but if you provide the information, then we may be able to help you.

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