Thanks to Raul and Vern, both gave great help.

I've copied the requisite members over to the new box, and have started the
webserver.

Now, I'd like to check the config via the web browser at
http://192.168.30.12:2001

I'm prompted for the login credentials, after which I select i5 OS
Management then Internet Configurations, then Internet Setup Wizard (no
other option given).

After that, nothing. The panel goes blank, and that's it. I've tried using
IE9, Opera 11.11 and Safari 5.0.5 - the same thing happens with each,
basically.

Any ideas on how to configure my webserver thru the browser?

TomH


-----Original Message-----
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Raul A. Jager W.
Sent: Friday, June 03, 2011 7:15 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: How do I move a web server from v5r2 box to a new v6r1 box

In file QATMHINSTC you will find one member for each web server: copy the
members you will need in the new computer. With DSPPFM for each member you
can find where in the IFS is the configuration file (usualy in
/www/<server-name>/...) Copy the files and start the server.

There is a nice utility (odf) in Giovanni's site www.easy400.net to move
everything from one as to other.

Tom Hightower wrote:

We've just gotten a new iSeries, v6r1, which will soon (and very soon)
replace our iSeries v5r2. One *critical* piece of the changeover is to
move our webserver to the new box. It's running on the Apache server
on the v5r2 system - how do I get it copied over to the new box so that
when I enter 'strtcpsvr *http httpsvr(webserver)' on the new box it
starts up the webserver?

Thanks!
TomH
iDocket.com







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