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Re: No volumes show up in finder

I do not have the free space to migrate to NSS. I only have 10G unused
space in my netware partition. My volumes are all larger than that.

Out of curiousity - if I did have the space available, would you use the
vcu.nlm to convert?

Also, would you happen to know if something like portlock would also require
free space to convert to nss?

Thanks again!


"Timothy Leerhoff" <tleerhoffNO@SPAMqwest.net> wrote in message
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> That is the ticket.
>
> If you have the extra space (minimum size of the volume being moved) I
> can walk you through a FAST way to migrate the volume to NSS.
>
> Once moved and tested you can remove the TFS volume and use that space
> for another volume migration.
>
> --
> Timothy Leerhoff
> Novell Support Forum Volunteer Sysop
>
> The future comes slowly, the present flies and the past stands still
> forever



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Re: No volumes show up in finder

Yes, vcu. There is a TID on copying volumes including SYS to a pool
with VCU.

Portlock is a possibility.

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Timothy Leerhoff
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Re: No volumes show up in finder

Sounds like it's a feature that is up and coming with portlock. Checked out
symantic's product, but they don't offer a lot of documentation on it and it
doens't say whether its an inplace conversion or not.

We;ll have to wait for the new netware for mac client to come out for Tiger.

Thank you for the help!

"Timothy Leerhoff" <tleerhoffNO@SPAMqwest.net> wrote in message
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> Yes, vcu. There is a TID on copying volumes including SYS to a pool
> with VCU.
>
> Portlock is a possibility.
>
> --
> Timothy Leerhoff
> Novell Support Forum Volunteer Sysop
>
> The future comes slowly, the present flies and the past stands still
> forever



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Re: No volumes show up in finder

In article <jPgse.1836$Ix2.1120@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Stacie White
wrote:
> Checked out
> symantic's product, but they don't offer a lot of documentation on it and it
> doens't say whether its an inplace conversion or not.
>

Personally, I'd have a hard time trusting anything that says it can convert TFS
to NSS in place. And if I did trust it, I'd make a good backup or three before
starting, but at that point, one might as well delete the old volume, create a
new NSS volume, then restore from backup (IOW, why even go to the trouble of an
in-place conversion?).

Just my 2 cents... 🙂

bd
NSC Volunteer SysOp

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