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5.1 to OES2 Consolidation tool fails

I'm trying to upgrade from 5.1 to OES2 Linux.

The latest Server Consolidation utility won't connect to the 5.1 SP8
servers. It gets an error:

Error code: 0x89fb Function Name: NWGetNLMLoadedList

and will go no further.

In the utility help it specifically lists 5.1 SP8 as supported.

Anyone know how to get around this?

Absent a cure, is there a way to easily move trustees, attributes,
file ownership, etc. from a Netware server to an OES2 Linux box. Using
the trustee.nlm, this was trivially easy on Netware servers. Any
chance there is a utility on Linux that can read the output from the
trustee.nlm?

Thanks again,

Don
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: 5.1 to OES2 Consolidation tool fails

Don Horsfall;1455047 wrote:
I'm trying to upgrade from 5.1 to OES2 Linux.

The latest Server Consolidation utility won't connect to the 5.1 SP8
servers. It gets an error:

Error code: 0x89fb Function Name: NWGetNLMLoadedList


This is generally a sign that either something is wrong with the server or with your connection to the server. I suggest you:

1) Verify that you really have supervisor rights to the server

2) Verify that you have not run out of licenses on your source server

3) restart the source server

4) restart your migration workstation
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: 5.1 to OES2 Consolidation tool fails

Well, it's working now. Could be because I rebuilt the first (damaged)
OES2 Linux box in the tree. More likely, it was that chicken I
sacrificed.

Don



Marcel_Cox <Marcel_Cox@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:


Don Horsfall;1455047 Wrote:
> I'm trying to upgrade from 5.1 to OES2 Linux.
>
> The latest Server Consolidation utility won't connect to the 5.1 SP8
> servers. It gets an error:
>
> Error code: 0x89fb Function Name: NWGetNLMLoadedList
>


This is generally a sign that either something is wrong with the
server
or with your connection to the server. I suggest you:

1) Verify that you really have supervisor rights to the server

2) Verify that you have not run out of licenses on your source server

3) restart the source server

4) restart your migration workstation
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