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Generic sysadmin. Hack coder. Jack of all trades, master of some.
I expect you to read any reference material I link to in my answers. If the answer to your question is contained in said reference material and the reference source is not likely to disappear I will probably not cut and paste it onto SF unless it's really cool/interesting/obscure.
In return I promise not to link anyone to goatse or tubgirl
I expect you to think for yourself and do a little thinking (and mayhaps even some work) to solve your problems. If you aren't capable of this, please exit the profession via the door on your left.
In return I promise to do my best to aim you in the right direction, and to clarify any points you have trouble with
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Google Analytics on a web farm?
This seems like the logical solution - you may not have to create a separate Google account though (just call each server a website under the one account, that way you can view all their stats without having to change logins)
How do I get a TB of data to a new web server?
I know this isn't an answer, or even particularly helpful, but if your new hosting company is not willing to work with you on this you need to find a new new hosting company. Not accepting a drive from a customer (for a fee of course) is pretty sucky.