Currently I have my HTPC setup as central home server. It is a standard desktop machine using about 100 Watt continuously. Because I have Domoticz setup on it it will never be shut down.
That combined with the recent issues of Toon/Eneco I want to move my current Domoticz installation to another machine.
Now I have done some searches which answered some questions. It seems that I can just install Domoticz on the new machine and then copy the current domoticz.db from my HTPC and paste it over the domoticz.db on the new installation.
Got that right? Or is it better to run "Backup" from the Domoticz web interface and do a "Restore" from the interface on the new machine? I understand the IP address will change and that is not an issue at all.
Currently I have an Aeon Z-Wave controller and some Greenwave power nodes connected to it.
If I copy paste the domoticz.db file, will the Z-Wave setup be migrated to the new machine as well?
Will the power nodes automatically connect to Domoticz on the new machine? In other words: do the Greenwave power nodes connect to the Aeon controller and know where to find it and get their old Z-Wave address back? Or do I need to setup all Z-Wave stuff again?
And last but not least: I am running Windows 10 on the new machine, but it's a rather old machine with 2GB or RAM and an Atom N450 CPU. I think it will not be an issue as I see Domoticz.exe use very little resources.
Can you confirm that it will most likely run on that machine?