Hi Rob,

I don't have a link, but when we migrated / consolidated users from
approximately 35 wintel servers to 21 iSeries DPARs, we ran multiple ftp
streams to copy the data from the remote servers to the iSeries in the
data center. So you are on the right track.

HTH,
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Link for Migrating a server from Windows to i






Anyone have a good link for the steps involved in migrating a system from
Windows to i? Closest I can find is
http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=899&uid=swg21092419
But I assume that I'll have to ftp like crazy instead of SAV. Can't get
SAV to save from QNTC.

Rob Berendt

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