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RHEL3 workload


Hello,

I know that new versions of Platespin does not support the migration of
RHEL version 3. But there he is no other way to convert the OS RHEL3?

Thank you for your answers.


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Re: RHEL3 workload


You will have to use an older version of PlateSpin to deal with RHEL 3.
What is the target here? That will change what you can do. If you want
to migrate RHEL 3 to, say, ESXi 5, then you're out of luck; ESXi 5 is
not supported in any version of Migrate that supports RHEL 3. If you're
using a physical target or are targeting ESX 4.0/4.1 (I assume you're
not using anything earlier than that), then you should be able to use
Migrate 9.0.2 without any problems (just keep in mind that 9.0.2 is not
supported for installation on Windows 2008 R2).


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