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TSM DB migrate from serverX (win2008) to serverY (win2012)

Sporti69

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Hi all,

When one decides to go for TSM deduplication, in most cases, more performant hardware is needed.
I want to move (restore) a TSM 6.3.4 server (database) from the current hardware/OS (win2008 R2) to new hardware/windows 2012

Anyone done this already? Or provide a link, would be nice.
Don't want to export node by node, don't want to 'expire' the old server.
Suppose this is the only way to go?

So far I only find a statement on the infocenter that "The same operating system must be running on source and target server"
http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/t...%6e%6f%74%68%22%20%22%73%79%73%74%65%6d%22%20
 
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