toblerone Absent Member.
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Media Upgrade not possible

Hi,
during a DHCP Inst. in a OES2015SP1-Cluster I have to upgrade the media
format. So I open nsscon and enter:
ZLSSUpgradeCurrentVolumeMediaFormat=DHCP
Where DHCP is the name of the volume. The volume is mounted on this
cluster node.
I get: Option "ZLSSUpgradeCurrentVolumeMediaFormat=DHCP" is unknown for
the current NSS configuration and may be required other NSS modules to be
loaded.

Any hints? Has the command changed?

Tia

Bernd

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toblerone Absent Member.
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Re: Media Upgrade not possible

Am Thu, 26 Jan 2017 17:37:46 +0000 schrieb bernd:

> Hi,
> during a DHCP Inst. in a OES2015SP1-Cluster I have to upgrade the media
> format. So I open nsscon and enter:
> ZLSSUpgradeCurrentVolumeMediaFormat=DHCP Where DHCP is the name of the
> volume. The volume is mounted on this cluster node.
> I get: Option "ZLSSUpgradeCurrentVolumeMediaFormat=DHCP" is unknown for
> the current NSS configuration and may be required other NSS modules to
> be loaded.
>
> Any hints? Has the command changed?


Maybe someone found this ...

It is not necessary to use ZLSSUpgradeCurrentVolumeMediaFormat=DHCP
You can use the /hardlink=DHCP command directly.

Bernd
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