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    Using the All-in-One WP Migration to transfer over a website

    Hello everyone,

     

    I am trying to use All-in-One WP Migration to transfer over a website built by a third party.  I was able to export the website and the file is about 900MB.  I installed All-in-One WP Migration on the new website being hosted on GoDaddy that I wish to import the website onto.

     

    Originally, I had a max file size of 32MB, I was able to troubleshoot and changed index.php, .htaccess, and wp-config.php to increase my max file size to 1024MB.  When I go into WordPress to import the website I can see in the bottom that the max file size is 1GB so it should be good but when I start the upload process it keeps getting stuck on either 1.79% or 1.81%.  Additionally, I tried increasing the max execution time and the max input time to 9999 with no changes.

     

    Has anyone run into this or know a fix?

     

     

    Thanks!

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    Re: Using the All-in-One WP Migration to transfer over a website

    @Becker 

     

    My recommendation on this one would be to FTP the plugins / theme / uploads between the two sites.

     

    Then with all-in-one migration just do the database. I think it will be faster and better chance of success

     



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