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Re: Copy to New AS400 via TCP



fixed

In that event you might be better off looking at QSNADS?  There are some
pretty good controls built into that tool.


In <372F86E2.8FA60E2E@bellatlantic.net>, on 05/04/99 
   at 04:46 PM, Alan Novick <anovick@bellatlantic.net> said:

>Hello:

>I am buying a new AS400 to replace the one I have.  I'm looking for a way
>to transfer the data from the old one to the new one faster than doing a
>save and restore.  My thought was to link the two via TCP and transfer
>that way somehow.  Both machines will have the necessary hardware.  The
>question is: how to do it.  One way is to do a savlib to a savf and then
>ftp to the other box.  Is there a way to do it without doing the save
>step, to send an entire library?

>Thanks

>Alan Novick
>Pressman Toy Corporation
>New Brunswick, NJ
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