> I migrated lst week from NetView 5.0 to NetView 5.1.
> We are running CiscoWorks, CiscoView, Cisco ATM Manager, CISCO Vlan
> director and Markvision
> All the applications were migrated to NetView 5.1 w/o any problems.
> Ernst Ziegler,
> R+V Versicherung Wiesbaden
> Tel +49 611 533 6724
> email ernst.ziegler AT rv-versicherung DOT de
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Alan Menezes [SMTP:a.menezes AT CGER DOT BE]
> Gesendet am: Freitag, 2. Oktober 1998 18:31
> An: NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU
> Betreff: Re: NV Migration tool
> What about third-party applications ? What is this process' impact on
> them ? Do I have to reinstall them from scratch ?
> The 3rd party apps Ive got are :Optivity, CiscoWorks, ForeView &
> Transcend Manager (all on AIX)
> Thanks for the info
> > Yes, there is a set of migration tool shipped with all, 4.1, 5.0 and
> > A very basic description of the process is:
> > 1. Create a backup of the current NetView data, configuration, and
> > integrate.
> > 2. Deinstall current NetView version
> > 3. Install new NetView version, this process also migrates the save
> > forward to new NetView.
> > That is a very basic description of the process, you need to read
> > Installation and Configuration guide, and the V5.1 Release Notes
> that come
> > with CD. Please, please read the Release Notes cover to cover a
> couple of
> > times.
> > Volkmar Binder <vbinder AT ibm DOT net> on 10/01/98 07:21:38 PM
> > Please respond to vbinder AT ibm DOT net
> > To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.UCSB DOT EDU
> > cc: (bcc: Mark Sklenarik)
> > Subject: NV Migration tool
> > Hi all,
> > short question: is there an migration tool/script available to
> > migrate from NV 4.1.2 => 5.0 or better from 5.0 => 5.1 or do we
> > have to start from scratch with 5.1?
> > Volkmar Binder
> > IDE LAN Network Support
> > IBM Boeblingen, Germany
> > Office: vbinder AT de.ibm DOT net