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Re: Restore to a different LPAR without the EIM config



fixed

You could omit them on your rst portion.

On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 4:48 PM, <ADriver@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Hi,

Does anyone know of a way to restore a system to a different LPAR WITHOUT
restoring the EIM configuration?

The Info Center talks about the following objects for saving/restoring EIM:
QUSRDIRDB library
QUSRDIRCL library
QUSRSYS/QGLDCFG (*USRSPC object)
QUSRSYS/QGLDVLDL (*VLDL object)
/QIBM/UserData/OS400/DirSrv

Would it be just be as simple as omitting these on the restore? This would
be a scratch install too they wouldn't exist if not restored. Is that
likely to cause other issues?

Thanks

Adam Driver
IBM Certified Systems Administrator - System i
Consultant - Infrastructure Engineer
Exacta Corporation
(608) 661 6697 ext 2581
adriver@xxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:adriver@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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