Cloud Storage buckets can be a convenient intermediate transfer point between you and your VMs. This file transfer method works on almost all operating systems and VM types as long as your VM has access to your Cloud Storage bucket through a service account or through your personal user credentials. Upload your files from your workstation to a Cloud Storage bucket. Then, download those files from the bucket to your instances. If you need to transfer files in the other direction, reverse the process. Upload the files from your VM, and then download those files to your workstation. Go to VM instances. The gcloud command-line tool provides an SCP file transfer utility, creating an SSH key pair for you the first time you connect.
Transfer files through Cloud Storage
Customers running Tableau Server on Windows can migrate to Linux by taking a backup of their existing Tableau installation and restoring it to a fresh installation on Linux. This topic describes the steps necessary to do this migration. You cannot migrate or upgrade from a beta version of Tableau Server to an officially released version. Step 1: Plan your migration —Plan for your migration, including gathering all the information you'll need to be successful. During this step you should familiarize yourself with potential differences between Tableau Server on Windows and Tableau Server on Linux. Step 3: Install Tableau Server on Linux and restore the Windows backup —Install a fresh instance of Tableau Server on Linux in a test environment so you can test out the migration, then restore your Windows backup. The restore of your Windows backup will restore the Tableau content users, projects, sites, workbooks and data sources , but will not restore customizations, so you will need to spend some time configuring Tableau Server on Linux to match the expectations in your organization.
Migrating a website from one server to another is a meticulous task which requires time and effort of the support team. How much time does it take to transfer an account? This particular question is of concern to many users when they send a request to the support team, asking them to transfer website files from one server to another. As a result, we see that the process of account packing, as large as 20 MB, took less than a minute. Next, we tried to pack the account as large as MB. Finally, the biggest account, as large as 2 GB, was packed on the server in 20 minutes, which you can see in the screenshot. In the screenshot above, you can see the way databases and email configuration of the website are packed. To transfer our packed archives to a different server, we need to apply the wget program. It takes 2 minutes to copy data from one server to another if the account is 20 MB; 10 minutes if the account is MB; and 30 minutes if the account is 2 GB. It took us the same amount of time as the packing did.
Ask the community. This page describes how to move Confluence between physical servers using the same or a different operating system. It doesn't cover database migration or upgrading your Confluence version. We suggest you do each of these steps separately. To transfer Confluence to another server you will copy the home and install folders straight into an identical external database and user management setup. If your new server is using a different operating system there may be some additional changes at step 4. Delete the contents of the home directory on your new Confluence server, then copy in the contents of the home directory from your old Confluence server. If you're migrating from Windows to Linux , you'll need to replace the backslashes with forward slashes in the following lines in confluence. If you're migrating from Linux to Windows , you'll need to replace the forward slashes with backslashes in the following lines in confluence.