When moving a web site to a new server, you may now easily preserve file dates in the transfer. Especially when using Blosxom, which organizes blogs by filedate, it is important to maintain this date information.
These two scripts make it possible to traverse all files in a subtree, even an entire site, record the dates of the original files, then apply those dates to the new server.
You should run the first script, BlindDate, on the old server. It traverses all the directories on the server and saves the file date for each file to a flat file text database.
Then you should upload all files to your new servers. All html files, Perl scripts, text files, images, etc.
When all files are uploaded to the new server, and the flat file text database of file dates is uploaded, then you should execute ArrangedDate from your browser on the new server.
The script will again traverse all directories on the new server, but this time redate all of the files on your server with the dates from the old server.
A future version will hopefully automatically FTP all files from the original server eliminating the need for the first step. Reviews
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