Thank you. I found that too. The users directory name is obfuscated but
the file names in that directory clearly indicate which user they are.
And if the user is on more than one system they will have the same
obfuscated name. This is good. This allows us to replicate that
PREFERENCES directory between systems with our H/A software.
It would be nice if IBM had a technote or knowledge base article how to
replicate Navigator settings in a software replication H/A environment. I
alluded to that in my case but he didn't pick up that ball and run with it.
On Tue, Mar 21, 2023 at 9:03 AM Bryan Dietz <bdietz400@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Rob the preferences for each user is stored here:
Rob Berendt wrote on 3/20/2023 3:01 PM:
Boss likes IBM i Navigator. Set it up on one system to have all lpars on
all systems accessible to see performance. So far so good.
We are using H/A software replication. When we were running on the backup
system none of the other systems were there. I'm guessing there's some
directory in the IFS which stores this information we need to start
Does anyone know what this directory is?
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