To move Intermapper DataCenter from server A to server B, follow these instructions:
- Make a clean install of Intermapper DataCenter on server B or the new volume. If server B or the new volume ever had IMDC installed previously, make sure to remove the /usr/local/imdc (Linux/UNIX/OSX) or C:\Program Files\InterMapper\dwf (Windows) folder first.
- Don't configure IMDC after installation; just stop the service once the install is complete. On Windows, this is done from the Services control panel. On Linux/UNIX/OSX, this is done by running:
sudo /usr/local/imdc/sbin/imdc stop
- On server A, stop IMDC in the same way. Then copy the
/usr/local/imdc/config (Linux/OSX) or
C:\Program Files\InterMapper\dwf\config (Windows) folder, and all of its contents, from server A to the same location on server B or the new volume, overwriting any existing files.
- On Linux/OS X, make sure the
config folder, and all of its contents, are owned by the same user and group that owns
/usr/local/imdc. Usually this is
config folder and its contents should have 0770 permissions. If you were running Intermapper Database, make sure the
config/database folder, and its contents, have 0700 permissions, or the database won't start.
- Once permissions are set, start IMDC on server B or the new volume from the services control panel on Windows, or (Linux/UNIX/OSX) by running:
sudo /usr/local/imdc/sbin/imdc start
- You will need to update the 'Reports Server' (if you're using Intermapper Database) and/or 'Users' (if you're using Intermapper Authentication Server) section of the Intermapper Server Settings, to tell it where you've moved the IMDC server. After changing the settings, wait a minute to make sure it's established the connection.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you're moving IMDC from the same machine as the Intermapper server, to a different machine, you will receive a pop-up dialog from Intermapper. The dialog will tell you that you're trying to register with a different URL, and asks you whether you want to generate a new UUID for your Intermapper server. You must click NO, otherwise Intermapper Database will think that two separate servers are exporting to it.
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