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Phaethar

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Hey all,

Curious to know if there's an easy way to automate the recovery of a backup. We're migrating to a more powerful server and would like to automate as much of it as possible (to avoid having to spend an entire day at work on a weekend).

What we'd like to do is this:
- Run a full backup on the existing server
- Copy the backup to the new server
- Run kmsrecover on the new system

All total we're probably talking at least 6 hours for this to take place.

Luckily, the first couple steps can easily be automated. Our mail gateway will store all incoming mail while this takes place so nothing is lost.

The recovery portion will take 2-3 hours and is where I'm getting hung up. I'm hoping there is a way to bypass the warning and input that's required when running kmsrecover. Something like a -y option that many programs have. There isn't much documentation for kmsrecover itself however, and searching hasn't yielded much in the way of results.

Both mail servers are running Linux.

Thanks.
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GetSync'd

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We would also like to see the best, most time effecient way of automating a recovery on a linux server?

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rinzwind

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You don't need the backup/recovery tools.

Just install KMS on the new server and copy configuration files and data to it.
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