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Move NW6 server

I have created two new organizations based on restructuring in the school
district. I would like to move the NW6 servers and all associated objects
to their new respective OU's. Is there a painless way to do this? Also
should I create partitons of the new organizations? Please advise. Thanks.

Sean McCoy
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Re: Move NW6 server

On Tue, 08 Nov 2005 16:33:20 GMT, sean.mccoy@obps.org wrote:

>I have created two new organizations based on restructuring in the school
>district. I would like to move the NW6 servers and all associated objects
>to their new respective OU's. Is there a painless way to do this?


In Console1, ctrl-click or shift-click to select them all. right-click. Pick the
"move" option. Tell it where you want them to go. Wait. Done.


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.... but do one at a time, and confirm one is complete before starting
the other.
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On Wed, 09 Nov 2005 00:04:17 GMT, Andrew C Taubman
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>... but do one at a time, and confirm one is complete before starting
>the other.


Really? For the objects (certs, volumes, etc.) associated with a server, I've
moved them all at once to keep them together. Not sure if that matters. You'd do
it one at a time?


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Re: Move NW6 server

Servers? Absolutely, I would never consider moving multiple server
objects at once. eDir would have a problem keeping sync going.
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On Thu, 10 Nov 2005 00:05:28 GMT, Andrew C Taubman
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>Servers? Absolutely, I would never consider moving multiple server
>objects at once. eDir would have a problem keeping sync going.


Oh, ok, I think I see the problem here. I'm talking about moving a server and
all of its associated objects (ssl certificate *, ldap group, ldap server,
predicate stats, volume(s), etc.) at the same time. I think that's probably a
good idea.

You're talking about moving multiple servers objects all at once. I agree, that
would be insane.


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Re: Move NW6 server

>You're talking about moving multiple servers objects all at once.

As was the OP: "I would like to move the NW6 servers ...".
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