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For your #1, can you browse static files (e.g., put a robots.txt in the root folder) at http://archives.mystie.com? Can you browse http://archives.mystie.com/robots.txt? Make sure that works, as a starting point. From the point of view of EE, it doesn't really know that a subdomain is a subdomain--it's just a domain name / URL. So, in your config file, you ...


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Just published an addon on github to trace db changes into files that can be deployed to your staging server. On the staging server you can re-execute the db changes made on your local development environment (manual or use a hook). The basics work, but lots of room for improvement. https://github.com/fccotech/ee-db-trace Feel free to use/extend/branch ...


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Yes, it is that easy, I've done this many times. In some earlier versions of Assets I had some issues doing this on a couple of sites, but later versions smoothed out the bumps. As always, do this on a dev copy of the site first - or at the veery least, take a full DB backup first.


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This may be a mod_security issue. Please check if your host is running it. You can turn off mod_security by adding below code to .htaccess : <IfModule mod_security.c> SecFilterEngine Off SecFilterScanPOST Off </IfModule>


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I was doing just this last week on a few thousand entries. Assets works really well at converting. First make sure Assets is synchronised with your upload paths. Assets creates a reference to all the files in exp_assets_files. EE File fieldtype stores it's data in the format {filedir_x}your-file.ext, where x is the reference to upload paths config. When ...


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In summary it is a bit more complex than just copying over the data - there have been some changes in how EE operates internally that require your data to be updated to operate on the latest EE versions. Also the way in which add-ons to EE work changed significantly with EE3, and so it is possible that you will need to change / update some of these too if ...


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You can find an outline of what is needed in the answer to a similar question asked a few months ago. expression engine upgrade from 2 to 3 to 4 HTH.


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Never ever do direct EE1 to EE3. First of all upgrade EE1 to EE2. That will make necessary changes to your database. (Remember change all the plugins with EE2 version otherwise backend and/or frontend may crash.) After upgrading it to EE2, upgrade your server then upgrade site to EE3. Remember to: Always take a backup copy of your site. Its good to ...


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Please consider this question closed. I've turned the site migration over to a more experienced EE developer than me.


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http://flowingmotion.jojordan.org/2013/07/19/12-steps-to-rebuild-your-wamp-server-without-losing-your-data/ This seems generally useful. Make sure you reinstall the same version of WAMP. Things like your config files and your entire web root are the most important to back up. Make sure you know all of your users and passwords. You can't just make a backup ...


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When I looked at this about 6 months ago the unfortunate answer was it can't be done :( http://brandnewbox.co.uk/forums/viewthread/666/ They did show interest in adding support but doesn't look to be added yet.


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