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What are all the steps to be performed after os/db migration in CPS System ?

Hi All,

We are planning to perform OS/DB migration Soon, Client have configured CPS Redwood in their environment, kindly post the post migration steps

to configure CPS system in running smoothly.

1. Do we need to schedule jobs manually ?

All views are appreciated .....!!!

Regards,

Videesh


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    Posted on Jul 04, 2014 at 06:58 PM

    I haven't migrated CPS yet, but i'm assuming it should be same as any Netweaver java system.

    Additionally, you might want to stop all the queues and process servers. Wait for the already running jobs to complete. Then shutdown and proceed.

    After migration is completed, start the process servers and release the queues.

    I guess you will not have to schedule them again, once you release the queues, the jobs should start running again, based on the overdue behavior set.

    It would be great if someone who already did the migration can confirm.

    Thanks

    Nanda

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    • All questions you have asked need consultation from your CPS or basis administrator, so it is better to get in touch with your Basis team.

      Also you are asking a question for an already answered thread.

      However,

      1. Do it along with the ECC and BI migration because any way you are taking a downtime, utilize that.
      2. It doesn't matter which OS Redwood runs on. In case of platform agents, you have to reinstall them and create new process servers.
      3. All objects can be migrated except the job schedule, you have to reschedule all the jobs.
      4. refer my previous answer to this thread.

      thanks

      Nanda

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