jfeyen
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OES Nss32 pool to Nss64

Hi,

Currently if we migrate old servers OES11 to 2015SP1 we decomission the pool
on the old server and commission via imanager on the new server.

Via this way it always stays nss32 on a new OES2015SP1.

Is there a way or command to upgrade that nss32 to nss64?

Kr,

Joeri
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Re: OES Nss32 pool to Nss64

Hi Joeri,

In order to use NSS64, you need to migrate your data to a new pool. Please see the documentation at https://www.novell.com/documentation/oes2015/stor_nss_lx/data/t42v5hiqjnzn.html for more information on this topic.

Thank you.
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jfeyen
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Re: OES Nss32 pool to Nss64

mkeyman;2463778 wrote:
Hi Joeri,

In order to use NSS64, you need to migrate your data to a new pool. Please see the documentation at https://www.novell.com/documentation/oes2015/stor_nss_lx/data/t42v5hiqjnzn.html for more information on this topic.

Thank you.


Hi Maarten,

I like the rsync method.

Is it possible to keep the same pool and volume name with such a migration?

Let say our volume and pool name is MYVOLUME for NSS32.

Can we have the same volume and pool name MYVOLUME for NSS64?

Kr,

Joeri
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Re: OES Nss32 pool to Nss64

On 10/08/17 08:04, jfeyen wrote:

> I like the rsync method.
>
> Is it possible to keep the same pool and volume name with such a
> migration?
>
> Let say our volume and pool name is MYVOLUME for NSS32.
>
> Can we have the same volume and pool name MYVOLUME for NSS64?


If you're creating the NSS64 volume and pool on the same server as the
NSS32 volume and pool then no, would need to use a different name for
each, but if creating NSS64 volume and pool on a new (different) server
then yes you can use the same pool and volume name as the NSS32 server.

HTH.
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Simon
Micro Focus Knowledge Partner

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Re: OES Nss32 pool to Nss64

Am 10.08.2017 um 12:02 schrieb Simon Flood:
> On 10/08/17 08:04, jfeyen wrote:
>
>> I like the rsync method.
>>
>> Is it possible to keep the same pool and volume name with such a
>> migration?
>>
>> Let say our volume and pool name is MYVOLUME for NSS32.
>>
>> Can we have the same volume and pool name MYVOLUME for NSS64?

>
> If you're creating the NSS64 volume and pool on the same server as the
> NSS32 volume and pool then no, would need to use a different name for
> each, but if creating NSS64 volume and pool on a new (different) server
> then yes you can use the same pool and volume name as the NSS32 server.
>
> HTH.

Of course, pools and volumes *can* be renamed quite easily...

CU,
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Massimo Rosen
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