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How to split a PM instance

Hello,

I have a big PM instance managing many relationship which will be out of best practice limit soon.

I would like to split this instance in two smaller instances. Of course I would like to preseve relationship, backup, retention ... (as possible)

Secondary volumes use DSS (secodary dynamic sizing) and I want to preserve it too

What are possible methods to reach this goal (clone dfm db + purge, export/import relationship, ...)

Thanks in advance for your help

Regards

Christian

Re: How to split a PM instance

Hi Christian,

     Pls wait for a day, I am already working on this and would update the same soon. BTW what version and OS in which your customer is running OCUM ?

Regards

adai

Re: How to split a PM instance

Hello Adai,

Happy to know that your a working on this

Hope that result will come soon

Today my customer work with OCUM 5.0.2 on Windows 2003 server (3 instances)

Best Regards

Christian

Re: How to split a PM instance

Hello Adai,

Do you finish your work on this topic ?

Have you some outcomes ?

It will become urgent for me to get this procedure ...

Best Regards

Christian

Re: How to split a PM instance

Yes. So if I understand your scenario, you need to split the single server managing say 500 dataset into 250 each ? Is that right ? If your  answer is yes

I will then send/upload you the procedure.

Regards

adai

Re: How to split a PM instance

Right ! This is my scenario

Waiting your procedure

Regards

Christian

Re: How to split a PM instance

Hi Christian,

            Did you go over the procedure that I sent you over email ? Do you have any further questions on the same ?

Regards

adai

Re: How to split a PM instance

Hello Adai,

I currently provionning a VM to test your procedure with our PM database (practice the procedure, evaluate time needed for the operation, ...)

Otherwise, your procedure seems very clear (thanks) any question at now.

I will give you some feedback

Regards

Christian

Re: How to split a PM instance

Hi Christian,

    I suggest you run this on a Linux rather than windows. Based on my experience with split at other customer places we found linux to be faster than windows.

Regards

adai