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pre-sales:how-would-you-ensure-the-least-amount-of-downtime-if-i-were-to-have-my-sites-moved-to-your-servers [2015/01/12 22:11]
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 We would recommend reducing DNS TTL for all your domains a couple of days before actual migration happens. In this case, it will not take much time for DNS propagation and your sites will become active quickly on your new system. Also, migration does not require you to shut down your services on the original system which means during DNS propagation requests can be served by the old and new system. We would recommend reducing DNS TTL for all your domains a couple of days before actual migration happens. In this case, it will not take much time for DNS propagation and your sites will become active quickly on your new system. Also, migration does not require you to shut down your services on the original system which means during DNS propagation requests can be served by the old and new system.
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 +You can see more details about this process [[dns:​what-is-dns-propagation-delay-how-can-the-ip-address-of-a-domain-be-changed-with-less-downtime|here]].
pre-sales/how-would-you-ensure-the-least-amount-of-downtime-if-i-were-to-have-my-sites-moved-to-your-servers.txt · Last modified: 2015/01/12 22:11 by Jonathan W.