|Subject:||Re: [nv-l] Upgrade from standalone to server?|
|From:||Jan Erik Hoel <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Thu, 16 Jun 2005 12:27:30 +0200|
|Delivery-date:||Thu, 16 Jun 2005 11:28:12 +0100|
Thanks for your update.
The environment is Windows, but taking your advice I'm sure the best solution will be to use the Web console.
Regards/hilsen, Jan Erik Hoel
Senior IT Specialist
Infrastructure and Systems Management Services
IBM Global Services, Norway
Tel. 928 38270 / Fax. 929 78270
Internet mail: email@example.com
You dont mention windows or UNIX? On UNIX just use server setup to create
a backup of /usr/OV.ALL. This will create a /usr/OV.back.vxrx directory.
have that, move it to whatever machine you want to install it on and
there as a upgrade and you should be fine.
That being said, this is a pretty dumb idea. Not only does it cost them more
license-wise, but it is also going to be a nightmare to keep all the
the same, there is going to be a significant amount of increase in
which in turn could cause problems on the routers traffic wise or CPU
wise as they
answer the same requests from multiple NetViews. There is a reason NetView
provides the web console......
Jan Erik Hoel wrote:
> Is it possible to upgrade a NetView 7.1.4 installation from standalone
> to server - i.e. keep all map configurations etc.? Customer wants to
> run NetView console on more machines; not only on the NetView server.
> Regards/hilsen, Jan Erik Hoel
> Senior IT Specialist
> Infrastructure and Systems Management Services
> IBM Global Services, Norway
> Tel. 928 38270 / Fax. 929 78270
> Internet mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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