According to documentation, there is no path from a hybrid linux server to a pure 64 server. So, following the upgrade, you backup the NVDB and then save the current 10.0 server and then install the new 11.2 pure server. Once this is done. Is there a way to easily retrieve all the selection sets, job definitions, etc from the old instance and copy to the new one other than copying screen shots from webui of prior instance?
Hi Henry,The procedure would have to be done via the following method.1. Backup current NetVault DB2. Upgrade to Hybrid NetVault Server 11.2 3. Backup NVDB again with 11.2 Hybrid4. Uninstall Hybrid Linux Server 11.25. Install NV 11.2 Pure 64 build6. Restore NVDB using the NVDB Restore Procedure from the NetVault Built-In Plugin Users Guide.
Note: I would proceed with the normal instructions for doing the NVDB restore, but I would advise against restoring the "Configuration."
This will require you to enter any thing that may have been configured such as "Network Manager, Firewall, Transfer Buffer and Block sizes, etc..."
So just be sure to take screen shots of those if you have them set.
I hope this helps, please let me know if you have any questions.
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In reply to hk-vndr:
Hi Andre, I think you are missing something. The NVDB backed up in step 3 is distinct from the db that is newly installed in step 5, so the restore job created in step 6 has no saveset from which to choose. Is this process similar to mysql where you can simply copy the db tree recursively into the new location? Will shutting down the instance and copying over the old backed up nvdb in $(NETVAULT)/db to the new location then starting up allow one to restore the nvdb?
Have just confirmed that there is a checksum involved that precludes copying over the old db tree from one instance of the same version (11.2) to another instance.