Consolidating the CCS Directory Server and CCS Application Server on a single computer and migrating to other platforms

Article:HOWTO76952  |  Created: 2012-05-07  |  Updated: 2012-05-08  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO76952
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Consolidating the CCS Directory Server and CCS Application Server on a single computer and migrating to other platforms

You can use the migration procedure given in the section in case of the following scenarios:

  • You have upgraded to 11.0 with CCS Directory Server and CCS Application Server on two separate computers and you want to consolidate the CCS Directory Server and CCS Application Server components on a single computer. This will reduce your hardware requirements from using two separate computers to host the Directory Sever and Application Server to using one single computer to host both the Directory Server and Application Server components.

  • You have upgraded to 11.0 with components installed are on a 32 bit operating system and you want to migrate to a 64 bit operating system.

  • You have upgraded to 11.0 and you want to migrate to a new computer and collect data from platforms only supported by CCS 10.5.1, such as NDS and NetWare.

  • You have upgraded to 11.0 and you want to migrate your CCS setup from a physical computer to a virtual computer.

It is assumed that after upgrading to CCS 11.0 you are performing a regular backup of the CCS ADAM and SQL databases. See Backing up the CCS ADAM and SQL databases.

To consolidating the CCS Directory Server and CCS Application Server and migrate to other platforms

  1. Install CCS 10.5.1 on a new computer. See Creating a new CCS setup.

    For information on installing CCS 10.5.1, see the Symantec Control Compliance 10.5 Installation Guide.

  2. Upgrade CCS 10.5.1 to CCS 11.0.

  3. Restore the Application Server my restoring the CCS ADAM and SQL databases. See Restoring the CCS ADAM and SQL databases.


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