The information in this chapter applies to Plesk Sitebuilder starting from version 4.x. To migrate a standalone Plesk Sitebuilder 3.x installation to a clustered environment, you first need to upgrade your Plesk Sitebuilder to version 4.x.
Before migrating a standalone Plesk Sitebuilder installation to a clustered environment:
There are two ways to back up Plesk Sitebuilder server certificate:
Important: Be sure to include the private key into the exported certificate.
certexchange.exeutility located in the
certexchange -x -pfx -n Sitebuilder -file C:\backup\certificate\sitebuilder.pfx
where C:\backup\certificate is the path to the destination folder for the exported certificate file named
certexchange.exeutility located in
certexchange -x -pxml -n Sitebuilder -file C:\backup\certificate\PublicKey.xml
where C:\backup\certificate is the path to the destination folder for the backed up certificate file named
Once the above considerations are taken into account, you can start the migration procedure.
To migrate Plesk Sitebuilder from a standalone server to a clustered environment:
In order to preserve the correct NTFS permissions set by the installer, copy the subfolders nested in the <path_to_Sitebuilder>
publickey.xml) stored in the <path_to_Sitebuilder>
\Repository\Commonfolder with the one you have kept from the previous Plesk Sitebuilder installation.
>\Installfolder with the one you have kept from the previous Plesk Sitebuilder installation.
Make sure that the installed templates appear in Plesk Sitebuilder plans.