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Re: LPAR Theory Question



fixed

I agree with Larry,
cloning / copying the NWSSTG is a quick approach even to move an LPAR to a different host
(if hosts are connected at GBit speed)

Depending on ressources one also might create a CL to start up the LPARs
with different IPs.

-h





Am 25.04.2014 um 16:56 schrieb DrFranken <midrange@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:

So a little thought is required when you create the partition that is
being cloned. Set it up for example to come up only to restricted
condition until you fix the IP address and system name for example.

The concept of save and restore to a clone is great but you can also
simply duplicate the disks with CRTNWSSTG and skip the entire save and
restore cycle.







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