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Hom System Copy ECC 5.0 HPUX from PA-RISC to Itanium

Hi gurus,

I want to replace an old PA-risc server (rp5470) with a new Itanium server (rx6600) even in HPUX operative system where is installed a central instance of NW04 Ecc 5.0.

It is possibile to procede with a simple Homogeneus System Copy, changing the kernel version (ia64 instead of parisc) and oracle executables?

There is a plain compatibility between parisc binaries (oracle datafile) and the itanium binaries?

Thanks in advance,

Marco

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 03:41 PM

    I believe you have to get 'SAP' invloved when changing platforms??????

    We may(?) be going from HP RISC to HP Itanium in the near future(?), and our company has to get a SAP Migration Specialist or the HP vendor has to have a certified migration specialist on staff, to certify the migration. -- Or you void your warranty and support?????

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 04:10 PM

    thanks William,

    also a switch in the same HPUX 11.23 (from parisc to Itanium) needs a regular migration project, like a migration from Win to HpUx?

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    • This is possible, but you probably will have some difficults.

      Technically is possible. I did this migration from PA-RISC 11.00 to IA 11.11 and Ora 9.2 to Ora 10.2 copying the datafiles directly between machines. And the kernel I upgrade from 4.6 to 6.20.

      Remember that you need make a backup before.

      Hope that answers your question.

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 08:52 AM
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