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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Upgrade from IDS 9.3 to 9.4

    Hello,

    We are currently using the IDS 9.3. Right now, I'm exploring the IDS 9.4 for possible upgrade. (Main purpose to enlarge the max chunks total)
    OS = Redhat 7.2

    So question is there something to worry about?

    Thanks

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    Re: Upgrade from IDS 9.3 to 9.4

    Originally posted by wstroop
    Hello,

    We are currently using the IDS 9.3. Right now, I'm exploring the IDS 9.4 for possible upgrade. (Main purpose to enlarge the max chunks total)
    OS = Redhat 7.2

    So question is there something to worry about?

    Thanks
    Hi,
    These using raw-devices ? or flat file ?
    If you use flat file, chech that file-system support file of more than 2 GB.

    Remember, after conversion run, onmode -BC [1|2].

    Gustavo.

  3. #3
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    We are using rawdevices.

    Why the onmode BC ?

    -b <version> Revert Dynamic Server disk structures.
    -c [block | unblock] Do Checkpoint. Block or unblock server.

    Thx

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    Originally posted by wstroop
    We are using rawdevices.

    Why the onmode BC ?

    -b <version> Revert Dynamic Server disk structures.
    -c [block | unblock] Do Checkpoint. Block or unblock server.

    Thx
    Hi,

    No, this is new in IDS 9.4
    onmode -BC [1|2] Change server large chunk mode

    Gustavo.

  5. #5
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    Yes, I got it.

    -BC [1|2] Change server large chunk mode


    Thx

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