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Narendra Uttekar
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Regarding database migration and server hardware.

Hi Experts,
We have Oracle 10g database running on HP-UX 11i V1 on RP7400 server i.e. PARISC architecture. We are planning to do database migration from Oracle to MaxDB. But we are also planning to upgrade the server i.e. new server which is having ITANIUM architecture and also planning to upgrade the HP-UX operating system version from HP-UX 11i V1 to HP-UX 11i V3.

Please let me know how to proceed with this migration?

Thanks,
Narendra
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Rita C Workman
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Registered: ‎08-03-2000
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Re: Regarding database migration and server hardware.

You have three things going on here.
1. New Itanium server. You need to set this up and configure it based on the application that will be running on it. If that is going to be the converted database to MaxDB, then you need to talk to SAP folks on what they are looking for.
2. Sorry, but I can't offer anything on migrating a database between applications. Again you might discuss that with the MaxDB/SAP folks.
3. If your planning to upgrade your RP7400 server to 11.31 (PARisc), then you need to start checking out matrices to confirm compatibilities. Here's one source to help get you started:
http://www11.itrc.hp.com/service/cki/docDisplay.do?docLocale=en&docId=emr_na-c02751564

Kindest regards,
Rita
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Torsten.
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The rp7400 cannot run 11.31.

Hope this helps!
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Rita C Workman
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Re: Regarding database migration and server hardware.

Oh Torsten...if you keep giving the answer they will never learn to open the book.

Teehee...

/rcw
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Torsten.
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Sorry, you are right!

Hope this helps!
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