For those more in the know about WordPress, here’s what I’m running into.
Pocketables is close to thirty gigabytes.
The Pocketables web server owned by Crowdgather has two gigabytes of free space.
So I plunked down $40 and we backed up everything via Vaultpress.
Set up a wordpress instance on another server with unlimited storage/bandwidth/let’s hope it can survive.
Could not install Jetpack because the site was not “pocketables.com” and had no DNS for things to connect via XML_RPC.
Created a temp server name off of a domain I own so that server thinks it’s both pocketables and pocketables.myserver.whatever. This allowed Vaultpress to talk to the SQL database.
Set up a restore with SFTP to tempservername/home/pocketab/public_html/ and pulled the trigger on Vaultpress.
After three hours 1.5 gigabytes of data has been moved to that server and is appearing in /home/pocketab/public_html/images
I believe the restore is placing things in the wrong folders, think it’s supposed to be /home/customer/www/pocketables.com/public_html/wp-content/uploads/ however I can move those unto the right folders if I can get the database there. I think. It’s creating the structure.
So there’s where we’re at today. I’ve got this lovely Drive Sleek signal booster to talk about at some point shortly but trying to make sure the site gets moved off.
So yeah, should anyone who’s an expert in site migrations where the host site is out of space want to comment on that drop us a line.