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Migrate server to new hardware

Hello all,

I was after some general advice please. We have a NW6.5 server
(BorderManager)which is running on some fairly old hardware and has
numerous issues.

What I would like to do is migrate our BM server from the current HDD to a
new one and ultimately into a new server.

Is the migration tool a valid option or are there better ways of doing
this? I've heard mixed results.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks and regards,
Jason
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Re: Migrate server to new hardware

On Mon, 10 Oct 2005 02:45:35 +0000, jason wrote:

Yes, the Migration Wizard is one possible way to do this.
Another option would be to perform a hardware upgrade, check
out TIDs 10088663 and 10085160.


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//Niclas Ekstedt
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Niclas Ekstedt, CNA/CNE/CNS/CLS
Network Consultant/NSC Sysop
InfraSystems Solutions
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Re: Migrate server to new hardware


i like trustee.nlm _much_ more than trustbar (but usually run both just
to be safe)...


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Cheers!
Richard Beels
~ Network Consultant
~ Sysop, Novell Support Connection
~ MCNE, CNE*, CNA*, CNS*, N*LS


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Re: Migrate server to new hardware

On Tue, 11 Oct 2005 06:56:20 +0000, Richard Beels[ SysOp] wrote:

> i like trustee.nlm _much_ more than trustbar (but usually run both just to
> be safe)...


That's only cause of you're paranoia <g>
I just use trustee.nlm over here.


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//Niclas Ekstedt
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Niclas Ekstedt, CNA/CNE/CNS/CLS
Network Consultant/NSC Sysop
InfraSystems Solutions
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Re: Migrate server to new hardware


just because you're paranoid doesn't mean that they're not out to get
you.

🙂

besides, it saves having to go to the tapes...


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Cheers!
Richard Beels
~ Network Consultant
~ Sysop, Novell Support Connection
~ MCNE, CNE*, CNA*, CNS*, N*LS


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