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Configuration imitation to other servers

 

Hey resolvers,

 I am trying to get a new NNM 10.4 i on.  The configuration I have to copy from older 9.x i  is huge. Has anybody  uploaded these to 10.4 from earlier version by way of configexport.ovpl or any other means? The guide has procedure where you can have Windows upgrade followed by NNM. I am on a new server already. Any suggestions welcome.

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Re: Configuration imitation to other servers

Cant do safely. You'll need to install a 9X, and upgrade as there are too many changes between the versions.. 

Have a nice day 🙂

Andy Kemp
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Re: Configuration imitation to other servers

Hi,
there is too big gap between 6-7 years old NNMi 9.x  and latest 10.40. Products are quite different. Configuration export and import in XML will not work.  The best option is to install new 9.0, import configuration from old 9.x, upgradde to 10.0 then 10.20 and then to 10.40 (direct upggarde 9.0  to 10.40 is not possible). Then you'll  get NNMi  9 configuration on 10.40


regards
Gedas

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Re: Configuration imitation to other servers

Yes, that's how the directions say in guide. Was just ascertaining there is no other way. Thanks you both! 

Guess there is no other way than sweating over those configurations one by one 😞

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