How to Migrate AsterCC System

First:Install AsterCC on New Server

Refer to: AsterCC Installation

Note:The version and modules of new AsterCC must be exactly same as the old one,so you should install the modules correspondingly after installed the system.

Second:Obtain New Authorization

On the new server,execute command below,then download the identity via clicking “Download Identity” button on [Realtime]→[System Messages]:

 /opt/asterisk/scripts/astercc/asterccc --RNI

Then,download the identity of old server without executing command,and send both two identities to Email:support@astercc.org or support@sonicwell.com,explain the situation of your demands.Several minutes later,technical support specialist will reply to you.

Third:Backup/Recover Database

For example:We migrate asterCC system from 192.168.1.175 to 192.168.1.146

Database Backup

Open the menu on the left,click [System]→[Backup Plans]→[Add Backupplan],you will enter plan adding page,as follows:

Planname:to identify the backup plan.

Kept days:It used to set the retaining duration of the backup file,you can set it according to disk's usage.

And in [Advanced],double-click the items which need to backup,there are 10 items in total. Set the “DB Details” refer to following format,or refer to:Backup Plans

After you finished backup,you can “Edit” or “Delete” the plan which has been added on this page.

Backup the Database on Background

First,log in server via ssh:

 ssh root@192.168.1.146 

Then enter /var/lib/mysql directory,you can find a database file named “astercc10”

 cd /var/lib/mysql && ls 

Execute command below,start the backup of database after inputing password:

 mysqldump -uroot -p astercc10 > astercc20150302.sql 

Exception:

1.You should add “-h127.0.0.1” if “ ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' ” when you login msyql,eg:

 mysqldump -h127.0.0.1 -uroot -pastercc astercc10 > astercc20150302.sql 

2.If there is “bash:cd:/var/lib/mysql/:Permission denied” when you execute “cd /var/lib/mysql”,you can check and change privilege of mysql:

 ll |grep mysql 

 sudo chmod 755 mysql 

Database Recovery

Log in 192.168.1.175,you can find the backup file named “BF” under /tmp/backup directory:

 ssh dev03@192.168.1.175 

 cd /tmp/backup && ls 

and copy it to / directory on 192.168.1.146 server,execute command below on 192.168.1.175:

 scp -r BF.19.2015-02-28-16-08 root@192.168.1.146:/ 

It it finished until progress rate turn to 100% on the right,as is shown below:

If it appears warnings as following,you can delete the corresponding contents under ~/.ssh/known_hosts directory.

 vim ~/.ssh/known_hosts 

Or execute commands below:

 ssh-keygen -f "/home/dev03/.ssh/known_hosts" -R 192.168.1.146 

Login 192.168.1.146 server:

 ssh root@192.168.1.146 

and decompress the .tar.gz archive via executing commands below:

 tar -xzvf archive_name.tar.gz 

Import the bakckup file of database:

 mysql -u root -p astercc10 < archive_name.sql 

Note:The default archive name is “astercc10”. At last,input the password of root in mysql. You can see the information of mysql in /etc/astercc.conf. The “astercc10” is the database name on the new server,archive_name.sql unzip from backup file.

If the database on the old server use non-default information,we should revise the database information of new server,as follows:

1.Information in /etc/astercc.conf→[database],eg:dbname,password,etc

 vim /opt/asterisk/scripts/astercc/astercc.conf 

2.Information in /etc/astercc.conf→[statistics],eg:dbname,password,etc

 vim /opt/asterisk/scripts/astercc/astercc.conf 

3.At the end of /var/www/html/asterCC/app/config/database.php→[class DATABASE_CONFIG]→ [var $default = array],password,database,prefix,etc

 vim /var/www/html/asterCC/app/config/database.php 

Fourth:Copy(or Overwrite) the Config Files of System

We selected many system file when backup,the list in [System]→[Backup Plans]→[Add Backupplan]→[Advanced]→[Backupfile]

You can see the backup file of system config files (marked by yellow rectangle),we can unzip the .tar package execute below commands:

Decompress commands:

 tar -xzvf XXXXX.tar.gz 

Decompress all archive,then copy(or mv) all files and directories under original location correspondingly, i.e.:

\cp -rpf /BF.19.2015-02-28-16-08/etc/* /etc
\cp -rpf /BF.19.2015-02-28-16-08/var/* /var
\cp -rpf /BF.19.2015-02-28-16-08/opt/* /opt
\cp -rpf /BF.19.2015-02-28-16-08/usr/* /usr 

Note:When use “\cp” (not cp) command to copy(or overwrite),there is no any overwrite information. -r:not only copy files,but also directories. -f:force

Copy(or Overwrite) the Config Files of System on Background

First,login the 192.168.1.175 server,you can see the backup files under [System]→[Backup Plans]→[Add Backupplan]→[Advanced]→[Backupfile] directory.

scp -rp /var/lib/asterisk/* root@192.168.1.146:/var/lib/asterisk ,(then input the password of user)
scp -rp /var/spool/asterisk/voicemail/* root@192.168.1.146:/var/spool/asterisk/voicemail
scp -rp /var/spool/asterisk/monitor/* root@192.168.1.146:/var/spool/asterisk/monitor
scp -rp /usr/lib/asterisk/* root@192.168.1.146:/usr/lib/asterisk
scp -rp /etc/asterisk/* root@192.168.1.146:/etc/asterisk
scp -rp /etc/dahdi/* root@192.168.1.146:/etc/dahdi
scp -rp /opt/asterisk/scripts/astercc/* root@192.168.1.146:/opt/asterisk/scripts/astercc
scp -rp /var/www/html/asterCC/* root@192.168.1.146:/var/www/html/asterCC
scp -rp /var/lib/sounds/* root@192.168.1.146:/var/lib/sounds

Fifth:Reload System

After importing database backup and replacing the corresponding files,we need reload system via execute scripts named “reloadconf.sh” under /opt/asterisk/scripts/astercc/ directory:

 cd /opt/asterisk/scripts/astercc/ 

 ./reloadconf.sh 

Solution for FAQ

If it displays “Permission denied!” after click reloading tip when finished migration of asterCC,you should try execute command below:

 chmod 777 /var/www/html/asterCC/cake/console/cake 

then restart the asterccd service,you should execute command below if it still “Permission denied!”:

 chown -R asterisk.asterisk /var/www/html/asterCC/
 chown -R asterisk.asterisk /etc/asterisk 

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