Sample Conflict Resolution File for Plesk Restore

This is a sample conflict resolution file for Plesk which can be used during a restore

Change mydomain.ie to your domain and the IP address to your new shared IP address

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<conflict-resolution-rules>
    <policy/>

<rule conflict-guid="3fa1491e30551a7e3d1800bcc04077e1" conflict-id="0">
 <node children-processing-type="" name="domain">
    <attributes>
     <attribute name="id" value="4"/>
     <attribute name="guid" value="D68A3BF8-9C79-4072-A65F-8B25A02C7BC9"/>
     <attribute name="owner-guid" value="B416FF5A-136E-49F2-87B5-AEE13717F68B"/>
     <attribute name="name" value="mydomain.ie"/>
    </attributes>
   </node>
</dump-objects>
<resolution>
            <rename new-name="ip-type:shared:ip-address:212.212.212.1"></rename>
  </resolution>
</rule>
</conflict-resolution-rules>

Comments

  1. Man that was helpful!

    Thanks for your share, keep up the good ones...

    Simon

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