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PSQL Disaster Recovery

PSQL Disaster Recovery

PSQL Disaster Recovery

Running Netware 6.5 with PSQL 8.6 and Progression 7.6.100a
Question is
If server gets fried can PSQL 8.6 and Progression 7.6.100a be restored from backup to another NW 6.5 server or do I have to install them?

RE: PSQL Disaster Recovery

You should be able to restore the PSQL to a new server.  The only think you might have to recreate DSNs if you change the server name after restoring.  I'm not familiar with Progression so I can't say.  

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RE: PSQL Disaster Recovery

Progression will have to be reinstalled.  If you don't have the CDs I can probably get them for you,but you'll need your license file (regist70.dat) or it won't install.

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RE: PSQL Disaster Recovery

to dgillz. I have all the disks going back to 7.5and up to 7.6.100a If I use them do I have to use each one in succession including updates or just certain ones. Do you have access to a simpler solution? I do have the license file.

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