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Crossposted: Moving edir/idm from Linux to Windows


I have been asked to investigate moving IDM/edir from Linux to Windows
so it can be given to another group. I have never run edir on
Windows,,,closest thing is a remote loader.

So I am curious how it compares in terms of reliability and
manageability? i.e. ndstrace available? Special credentials to use,etc?
Overall reliability, etc.

Thank you for any comments or information.


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Re: Crossposted: Moving edir/idm from Linux to Windows

See response in your original post:

https://forums.netiq.com/showthread.php?t=53160


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Re: Crossposted: Moving edir/idm from Linux to Windows

On Sat, 21 Mar 2015 19:14:01 +0000, mtsjej wrote:

> I have been asked to investigate moving IDM/edir from Linux to Windows
> so it can be given to another group. I have never run edir on
> Windows,,,closest thing is a remote loader.
>
> So I am curious how it compares in terms of reliability and
> manageability? i.e. ndstrace available? Special credentials to use,etc?
> Overall reliability, etc.


Works fine. You lose multi-instance capabilities and the possibility of
clustering. Performance of NTFS isn't great, but you may or may not
notice that. Paths change from /path/to/thing to c:\path\to\thing but
that's not a huge problem.


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