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  1. #16
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    Ok, it worked indeed. But there is some issue anyway, when moving virtual server from unix server to windows server. Here's what I have in database after move:
    Code:
    VALUES(3,27,'channel_filepath','files/virtualserver_3\channel_27');
    It should be
    Code:
    VALUES(3,27,'channel_filepath','files\virtualserver_3\channel_27');

  2. #17
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    I have reported this problem to the Teamspeak Devs a while back, about that file path problem going from/to linux/win. You are going to have to edit the database to replace the / with \.

  3. #18
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    Yep, I did that. What I don't understand is why these settings are stored in database at all. There is no inteface to change path for a channel anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow_lmd View Post
    Ok, it worked indeed. But there is some issue anyway, when moving virtual server from unix server to windows server. Here's what I have in database after move:
    Code:
    VALUES(3,27,'channel_filepath','files/virtualserver_3\channel_27');
    It should be
    Code:
    VALUES(3,27,'channel_filepath','files\virtualserver_3\channel_27');
    It's NOT A PROBLEM.
    Windows natively support both forward slash and backslash as path separators. Since DOS 3.3 at least.

  5. #20
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    Import a Virtual Server to another Instance

    Hello,

    I try to port a existing virtual Server to another Instance of Teamspeak 3.
    It is posible to Export v-Server or the channellist, and Userdatabase from a Virtual Server and Import it on another Server (Hardware) ?

    Thx

    Lex

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    Last edited by florian_fr40; February 20th, 2012 at 10:55 AM.

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    Yes, it is possible.

  7. #22
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    Server channels

    I got a new server and was wondering how to get all the channels to the new one from my old one. If you can explain how to do this it would be greatly helpful,(Don't really want to make like 50 channels again).

  8. #23
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    If you have the permissions for that on both servers, you can use snapshots.

  9. #24
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    I own both of them,and I tried serversnapshotcreate in telnet and it gave me an error when i try looking at the commands from telnet it doesnt come up.Could you walk me through it? Does it matter if ones 32 bit and the others 64 bit or does that not really matter?

  10. #25
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    Hello
    Thread merged

    As it's wrote several times on this forum the serversnapshotdeploy command must be use with a script.

    If you have a linux, you can use this one : http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthrea...helper-scripts
    else, you can use (e.g.) a web interface (like the psychokiller's interface) : http://addons.teamspeak.com/directory/tools/web-based/

  11. #26
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    What would i do with the web interface? and whats the script. Ive read forum after forum and document after document and I'm Still clueless.Im on windows btw.

  12. #27
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    Some web interface allow you to do this action (export vserver to another teamspeak instance).
    About the script read the link that I posted.

    I reapet myself, you can't use the deploy command with the client (I guess last time, you got INVALID SIZE PARAMETER)

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