mla_hm
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OES 2018 and OES 2015 SP1

Today we have 2 OES 2015 SP1 servers with their different services. I'm not allowed to upgrade before august.

We need to setup DSfW and wan't to use a dedicated server. The question is if i can set up the new server using OES 2018?

Or should i use OES 2015 SP1 and upgrade all 3 in august?
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Re:OES 2018 and OES 2015 SP1

mla hm Wrote in message:

> Today we have 2 OES 2015 SP1 servers with their different services. I'm
> not allowed to upgrade before august.
>
> We need to setup DSfW and wan't to use a dedicated server. The question
> is if i can set up the new server using OES 2018?
>
> Or should i use OES 2015 SP1 and upgrade all 3 in august?


OES2018 will co-exist in the same eDirectory tree with earlier
versions of OES so really the question is how much work you want
to later do (2 or 3 upgrades) vs how much experience you have of
OES2018 (it's different)?

The following links might help:

* https://www.novell.com/documentation/open-enterprise-server-2018
/oes_implement_lx/data/plan-edir.html#b11kwdys
* https://www.novell.com/documentation/open-enterprise-server-2018
/oes_implement_lx/data/edir.html#edir-coexistnmig

HTH.
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Micro Focus Knowledge Partner


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mla_hm
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Re: OES 2018 and OES 2015 SP1

Thanks.

It was a bit unclear if OES 2018 will coexist with OES 2015 SP1.

But i guess i would rather start out with OES 2018 then.
It will save me some time later and i need to get some experience with OES 2018 anyways.
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