[App_rpt-users] migrating from acid to dial.

Steve Zingman szingman at msgstor.com
Wed Jan 4 10:00:20 EST 2017


I would say to try the DIAL installer on it. Since the DIAL installer is 
a lightly modified version of the Debian NetInst you can still use it to 
do a Debian install if DIAL is unhappy.
Use the "Release Candidate" of DIAL since it supports either 32 or 64 
bit. <http://dvswitch.org/files/DIAL/amd64-i386-DIAL-RC1.tar.gz>

73, Steve N4IRS

On 1/4/2017 9:49 AM, Pierre Martel wrote:
> Would it be better to make an install of Debian then start the install
> script on the fresh machine?
>
>
>
> 2017-01-04 9:43 GMT-05:00 Steve Zingman <szingman at msgstor.com
> <mailto:szingman at msgstor.com>>:
>
>     Pierre,
>     The basic asterisk configuration files are the same. Your levels
>     should not change. My major concern on the new machine is that the
>     DIAL installer does not like RAID, but we can work around that if
>     you run into it.
>
>     Steve
>
>
>     On 1/4/2017 9:36 AM, Pierre Martel wrote:
>
>         got a 2 node site with Acid on an old P4 computer. It is working
>         great
>         but I need to replace it before it goes down.
>
>         I will replace it with a used server computer that is in great
>         shape. a
>         proliant with dual nic (gigabit) multiple power supply, ect..
>         xeon dual
>         cpu 8 gig of ram.
>
>         I know that it is over kill but it was given to me and I want to
>         connect
>         the second nic to a Mesh that we are starting around Montreal and
>         provide service from there..
>
>         So I need to confirm some stuff..
>
>         Can I use the configuration file that I have from the old computer?
>         will the node level settings be the same, or do I need to redo
>         the level
>         ajustement?
>
>         I know that I some files will need to be changed.. can anyone
>         confirm
>         wich one?
>
>         Thanks for the help
>
>         Pierre VE2PF
>
>
>
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