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Moving MTA:SA Server on Linux.

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I have decided to move my little server to a better Linux host. I wanted to know if it was possible, if it was, do I have to just download the entire MTA:SA directory and upload it to the new server?

Plus, one more thing, I have a x64 server now. Is is possible, when I move to a new host, to go back to the normal (x32) bit version of MTA:SA server for Linux? If it is, what files do not need to be copied.

I'd like to have all the stuff... accounts... data, when I migrate.

Thank you for reading.

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You'd probably have it install fresh MTA Server but you can just use your old database file and resources. That way would be better. Installing MTA Depending on your new Operating System (64/32bits)

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