[ngw] GWIM - moveable?

John Evans evansj21 at msu.edu
Thu Apr 8 18:39:13 UTC 2010


Yes, GWIM can operate on a linux server.  We had a remote site (no longer in service) that had GWIM v2 on an OES2 Linux server.  Worked very well.  I cannot say about any migration for GWIM though.


>>> "Steve Tucker" <STEVET at rbf.com> 4/8/2010 2:18 PM >>>
Sorry, Lil. Don't mean to hi-jack your post. but I have been wondering the same thing. Our GWIM is still on an old Netware VM and I want to migrate it to a shiny new Linux VM. First, does GWIM run on Linux? If so, is there a migration path?

>>> Gert <gwcheck at gmail.com> 4/8/2010 10:56 AM >>>
Windows server? I think I'd worry about IP's...


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On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 7:41 PM, Lilith Calbridge <lilith at dcccd.edu> wrote:

Sorry for not having responded to everyone about yesterday's fiasco. I've been picking up the debris left in its wake. I'll respond when the storm has passed.
Right now I need to find out if it's possible to move an install of GWIM from the old server to the new without losing anything but the server location or if its possible to point the GWIM to the new domain server and still have it operational. Or will this involve a complete uninstall/reinstall of the service?

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