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How to migrate from cobalt RaQ dedicated web servers to Redhat Enterprise Linux ?

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HI,
I have cobalt servers hosting web servers and I want to migrate to HP blade systems having Redhat Enterprise Linux 4 installed on them.Please let me know if there is any migration tool available for the migration?
Thanking you.
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Naseer Khan
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Cobalt RaQ's are based on a modified version of Red Hat Linux anyway, so moving to a new server shouldn't be an issue.

Install the base OS
Install apache
Install the apache modules you need
Copy across the web server data (htm, php, cgi files)
Modified you apache configuration in /etc/apache2/conf/httpd.conf
restart the apache service.

This should get you going without troubles, you should even be able to copy the vast majority of the apache configuration from the RaQ.
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