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Force immediate compression in NSS volume

Hi all,

We are migration our NSS file system from a server with OES2 to a new server with OES11. The size of the source disk is the same as the size of the target disk.
We have compression enable on booth servers.
The problem is that when we made the copy with "migfiles" command, the destination files were uncompressed and the copy failed because the target disk became full.
Are there any way to force an immediate compression on the target NSS volume (OES11sp2 with latest patch).

Thanks in advance!
Cristian
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Re: Force immediate compression in NSS volume

Hi.

Am 27.04.2015 um 16:36 schrieb crisgalante:
> The problem is that when we made the copy with "migfiles" command, the
> destination files were uncompressed


That shouldn't happen, and needs to be checked into closer. As you say
you're calling migfiles directly, what's the command line? Also, what
patch lever do both servers have?

> Are there any way to force an immediate compression on the target NSS
> volume (OES11sp2 with latest patch).


No, there's not, and it's not the proper approach.

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