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I would like to a full restore from one system to a another system. If I have the new system loaded with a different verison of OS when I preform a full restore does it put the new system at the same OS level as the system that I got the full backup from ? The OS I am running on the system is HP-UX..

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Hi Antonio,

Answering your question: Yes.

But it is complicated because the hardware configuration, special files and so on. Instead i recomend to you make an ignite image from the source system and restore it to the target system in order to avoid errors or an innestable system.

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Hi Antonio,

Answering your question: Yes.

But it is complicated because the hardware configuration, special files and so on. Instead i recomend to you make an ignite image from the source system and restore it to the target system in order to avoid errors or an innestable system.

Regards!

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Hi,
If you want to use Data Protector for cloning disks, a disk image backup is a better alternative.

Even better (as mentioned in the previous reply) is Ignite and, maybe best, DRD (Dynamic Root Disk). DRD is supported in HP-UX 11.23 and 11.31.

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