Does not mention the plugins from the old site and whether or not they are migrated, or how to migrate them. In our first test it seems that the plugins do not come accross in a site restore.
I've found it helpful to keep a list of third-party plugins that we installed on Confluence, so that when we do a backup/restore we know which ones we have to re-install.
It's also helpful to keep any notes about each plugin (such as the HTML plugin -- you have to manually enable some modules to use all the functionality). Another example is the SQL plugin, which has to be configured separately.
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