I would try Walter's link. If you don't want to save/restore from the old
system again, then you might be able to save the data you've already
restored into a save file, like putting these steps at the very top (which
I copied and modified)

1. Create a backup of the original server. To do this, first you must end
the Domino server. (which I bet you couldn't start)

2. Back up your data directory. Data can be saved to tape or save file. To
use a save file, you must create it with the following i5/OS command:
CRTSAVF library/filename

To save the Domino data directory to a save file, from an i5/OS command
line, type the following replacing /notes/data with your actual data
directory path:
SAV DEV('/QSYS.LIB/library.lib/filename.file') OBJ(('/notes/data')) or
whatever your domino directory was

3. Verify the save was successful by reviewing your joblog. From an i5/OS
command line, type the following

4. Remove all of the data created for this new server. Do this by entering
the following i5/OS command:
EDTF '/'
Take option 9 next to the server's data directory to delete all
subdirectories and files.

Then start at the top of the link that Walter posted. Make sense?

Rob Berendt

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