Migrate WordPress from Cloudways to Vultr with ServerPilot (In 1 hour)

dailydose

#43

I am also planning to migrate from SiteGround to Vultr; do Vultr have monthly billing? Thanks :slight_smile:


#44

Best decision. Yes, they have monthly billing system. Amount will be deducted based on credits exiting in your profile.


#45

$10 and $25 sigh-up bonus using your referral link, and I will have total $35 credits, right? :sweat_smile:


#46

Yes, exactly.


#47

Thanks @GulshanKumar, i added 10$ and I got 25$ bonus. with this credits can i run a 512mb server for a year right?


#48

Why?? :confused:


#49

Hi,

Yes, you can run 512MB RAM server.


#50

I can see “WordPress” under “Application” Section… Is ServerPilot better than this option? :sweat_smile:


#51

ServerPilot offers optimized installation with firewall, that’s why I would recommend choosing ServerPilot.


#52

I guess I can get better performance with Vultr :thinking:


#53

Maybe, I have not tested.


#54

Update

  • Improved formatting with headings
  • Re-arranged steps, moved updating DNS records to the top to avoid the chances of connection refused error after installing SSL.
  • Added some missing steps and information.
  • Fixed some typos

#55

vultr is very nice, unfortunately can not downgrade,only upgrade :disappointed_relieved:


#56

You can only downgrade on Amazon AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure. These are highly scalable servers, unlike DO and Vultr.


#57


#58

It may take up to few hours. Please keep patience.


#59

You can take backup of your WordPress and restore it to the new server.

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#60

I guess this happened because I added a :luxembourg: Luxembourgish Credit Card


#61

Your Vultr account name and the payee name should be same, else it may require manual review like it happened. No worries, they will release your account. :slight_smile:


#62

How you get that card? :thinking::thinking::thinking: