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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Migrating From DB2 10.1 AESE DPF to 10.5 AESE NON DPF

    Hi All ,

    We are planning to migrate a DB2 UDB database from DPF(10.1 AESE) to non DPF (10.5 AESE) .
    Is backup/restore an option ? could not find anything over net .

    Also it would be helpful if someone can share documantion or process for the migrTION .

    Thanks,
    Nitin

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    not found : according to me : not supported
    create a db in non-dpf : with use of db2look adapted output
    declare cursor xx srcdb userid pw ..
    load from cursor ..; while connected to target db
    this scenario is documented in infocenter : move utilities...
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    Hi,

    You can't do this via backup / restore.
    You must "collect" data of all node groups on node 0 first. This means that for every node group which has other nodes and/or doesn't have node 0 you have to:
    - alter nodegroup mynodegroup add/drop node ...
    http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledge.../r0000886.html
    - redistribute nodegroup mynodegroup
    http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledge.../r0002069.html

    Finally, you have to drop all freed up non-0 nodes with commands:
    db2stop drop node N
    Regards,
    Mark.

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