Re: How can i clone Tru64 from one model to different model (106 Views)
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mix_5
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How can i clone Tru64 from one model to different model

The Source system is ES40
The target system is ds10
Thank you
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Ravi_8
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Re: How can i clone Tru64 from one model to different model

Hi,

as for as i know, Tru64 doen't have any cloning mechanism as HP-UX's Ignite and AIX's mksysb.

You need to install seperately
never give up
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mix_5
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Re: How can i clone Tru64 from one model to different model

thank you
could u tell me the list of files that i need copy from source to target & how can i modify the kernel parameter of the OS
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Johan Brusche
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Re: How can i clone Tru64 from one model to different model


Ever heard about "sysman -clone" ?
Start with manpage sysman_clone.... use "sysman -clone -list" to see what configinfo the cloning file will contain.

Kernel parameters are set via /etc/sysconfigtab, use dxkerneltuner or command sysconfigdb to update sysconfigtab.

Rgds,

___ Johan.

_JB_
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mix_5
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Re: How can i clone Tru64 from one model to different model

thank you
and please let me ask more question
what is the list of config files need to copy from source to target?
how can i patch the target machine as same as the source?
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Ralf Puchner
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Re: How can i clone Tru64 from one model to different model

Cloning different machines by moving a disk from one system to a tottaly other is unsupported, if do so you will loose support by HP. So in case of a production system it is very risky to do that.
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