Can anyone please advice me on how to move a Drupal 7 site from Aegir to a LAMP stack?
I've been handed the emergency project of moving a site to a new hosting. Ordinarily, that would be easy enough until I realise the site is loosing it's hosting in a matter of days, settings.php is not in the sites/default directory nor is the files directory. The structure is not standard D7 at all.
I later realised the site is currently hosted on Aegir which admittedly I know nothing about but I wonder if Aegir created the non standard structure. I used the tree command to show the structure below:
tree project/sites/ -L 2 core-1.23/sites/ |-- all | |-- drush | |-- libraries | |-- modules | |-- README.txt | `-- themes |-- default | `-- default.settings.php |-- example.sites.php |-- sites.php `-- www.clientsite.com |-- drushrc.php |-- email |-- files |-- googlef1245ba6b3c38a3c.hmtl |-- libraries |-- local.settings.php |-- modules |-- pdf |-- private |-- README.md |-- settings_.php |-- settings.php |-- themes `-- vendor
As you can see, the settings.php is in a sub-directory named after the actual live site, very unlike a vanilla Drupal 7 code structure.
I admit I am stymied by this.
Can anyone tell me if this is how Aegir layout the Drupal structure and how I can move this to a more traditional D7 structure ???