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sys.mig file

Would it be Ok to delete the sys.mig folder from the new server after
migrating?
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Re: sys.mig file

On 3/20/2006 welikala@douglasesd.k12.or.us wrote:

> Would it be Ok to delete the sys.mig folder from the new server after
> migrating?


After everything checks out fine, sure.

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Re: sys.mig file


welikala@douglasesd.k12.or.us Wrote:
> Would it be Ok to delete the sys.mig folder from the new server after
> migrating?


To elaborate on what Edison said, SYS.MIG is only created for *your*
conveniance. There are no files in SYS.MIG actively used by your new
server. The folder just contain the backup copies of the files and
folders that have been replaced by new versions on the new server.
The SYS.MIG directory may be usefull to finish configuring your
migrated server in order for example to find out how your old
AUTOEXEC.NCF file looked or what was in your old APACHE configuration
files.


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Marcel Cox
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