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OES2 to OES11 migrations w/DNS/DHCP services

Have a site that is running a SuSE10sp4/OES2sp3 server that only role is that is runs their DNS/DHCP services internally. I want to migrate this box keeping same name and ip address to new SuSE11sp2/OES11sp1 server keeping same services running on new box. What is the best way of migrating this server over?
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jlewter;2261357 wrote:
Have a site that is running a SuSE10sp4/OES2sp3 server that only role is that is runs their DNS/DHCP services internally. I want to migrate this box keeping same name and ip address to new SuSE11sp2/OES11sp1 server keeping same services running on new box. What is the best way of migrating this server over?


You should ask that question in the OES: Migration forum.
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Sorry, wasn't quite sure which one to put it in. I will post it in that thread.
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