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New Enterprise Server (LPAR)

Ellen_Davis

Active Member
---------------------- Forwarded by Ellen C. Davis/66260/IS/CORP/Manpower on
01/16/2001 03:22 PM ---------------------------

Ellen C. Davis
Technical Support
01/16/2001 03:02 PM

MANPOWER

To: jdelist@jdelist.com
Subject: New Enterprise Server (LPAR)

cc:


Hello list,
We are going to be upgrading our Enterprise server (AS/400) to a new 820 with an
LPAR partition. Currently the machine is an AS/400 with one processor. The
current machine has the following path codes: PY, JD, DEV. We would like to
split up the new server into Partition one with DEV and Partition two with PY
and JD. Each partition will have a unique name and IP address. Partition two
will keep the name and IP address of the current box. I am assuming that
JDEdwards would consider them two boxes.

My questions are:
1.Has anyone out there ever done this before?
2. I think that all I have to do is add the new processer as if it was another
enterprise server. Putting it into the planner, etc and then move the DEV
environment to the new partition. The fixing the OCM mapping and ODBC to point
to the new server.

If anyone has any documentation on moving environments to another enterprise
server, that will be helpful. I did find one called Switching out an AS/400
enterprise server at B7331.

Thank you
Ellen

XE SP13.1
AS/400 V4R5M0
CO - AS/400
 

b_gilmore

Well Known Member
Re: [New Enterprise Server (LPAR) ]

You seemingly haven't accounted for the fact that you will have 2 AS/400s with
set of Object Librarian, Data Dictionary, and System Tables. While each
server will need it's own SVM7333 Library.

One of the boxes will need to remotely connect to the other to access the
above objects to process UBEs, BSFNs, and other Kernel processes.

One option is to establish a Virtual Opticonnect connection to allow this
communication to take place between the AS/400s. Another would be to
establish JDBNet/JDENet connectivity between JDE7333 Subsystems.



Ellen Davis <Ellen.Davis@manpower.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> ---------------------- Forwarded by Ellen C. Davis/66260/IS/CORP/Manpower
on
> 01/16/2001 03:22 PM ---------------------------
>
> Ellen C. Davis
> Technical Support
> 01/16/2001 03:02 PM
>
> MANPOWER
>
> To: jdelist@jdelist.com
> Subject: New Enterprise Server (LPAR)
>
> cc:
>
>
> Hello list,
> We are going to be upgrading our Enterprise server (AS/400) to a new 820
with an
> LPAR partition. Currently the machine is an AS/400 with one processor.
The
> current machine has the following path codes: PY, JD, DEV. We would like
to
> split up the new server into Partition one with DEV and Partition two with
PY
> and JD. Each partition will have a unique name and IP address. Partition
two
> will keep the name and IP address of the current box. I am assuming that
> JDEdwards would consider them two boxes.
>
> My questions are:
> 1.Has anyone out there ever done this before?
> 2. I think that all I have to do is add the new processer as if it was
another
> enterprise server. Putting it into the planner, etc and then move the DEV
> environment to the new partition. The fixing the OCM mapping and ODBC to
point
> to the new server.
>
> If anyone has any documentation on moving environments to another
enterprise
> server, that will be helpful. I did find one called Switching out an
AS/400
> enterprise server at B7331.
>
> Thank you
> Ellen
>
> XE SP13.1
> AS/400 V4R5M0
> CO - AS/400
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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