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Question On Multisite Pre Purchase
Posted 18 October 2012 - 12:52 PM
1.) I see that Multisite is in beta. When do you plan to make it production
2.) Is it possible to backup and store each site in a multisite blog or do yo backup all sites and then restore individual sites?
3.) Do you have plans to allow upload to sugarsync?
4.) We have a development server and a live server, since we are virtual. Can we migrate the site just as easily as from localhost, which I have read about several of your users doing?
Thanks in advance for your time
Posted 18 October 2012 - 04:12 PM
1. Yes Multisite functionality with BackupBuddy is in beta (mostly entire network migrations, but entire stuff is beta). There isn't any current timeline other than when it is ready.
2. You can make a backup of each site in the network and restore/export/import the individual sites as you want.
3. There isn't any immediate current plans of adding them as a remote destination, but things like that are always up for review.
4. Localhost is fine.
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Posted 18 October 2012 - 05:50 PM
Thanks for your response
A clarification. Can you develop on one site on the web (developsite.com) and backup and restore to production site (productionssite.com) Both are on the web. We cant develop locally becuase we are virtual.
Also can you purchase the 2 site license and then upgrade?
Posted 19 October 2012 - 09:28 AM
Yes should be able to migrate from one site to another fine, developing a site locally on your computer isn't required (but is possible for those that want to).
You can upgrade from a 2-site license if/when you want. I don't know the details about upgrading as much but you would email email@example.com if you wanted to do that.
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