[ngw] next release of GW

Keith Larson klarson at K12GROUP.NET
Thu Apr 15 02:38:33 UTC 2010

which will have all of those same requirements.  how does that make
sense?  (new hardware, 64-bit OS and new backup software)
Keith Larson
Franklin Computer Services - K12 Group
(614) 561-4887
klarson at k12group.net

>>> Douglas Smith <apteryx at trey9.org> 4/14/2010 1:32 PM >>>
Don't feel back.   We have post offices on 12 Dell 2650's which are 32
bit boxes, so we will need at least 12 new 64-bit boxes (plus a new
backup system that supports GroupWise on OES - a budget wouldn't hurt
either).    This will almost be like an exchange upgrade for us.

 - Doug. 

On 2010/04/14 09:17, Mary Matthews wrote: 

I need an in-place upgrade method for going from 32-bit to 64-bit SLES
and OES2
using NSS.  We won't be buying new hardware and my downtime window for
GW is
limited to the day after Christmas.  Not enough time for a wipe,
reinstall, and
restore process for 5 servers.


Danita Zanre <dzanre.ngwlist at gmail.com> (
mailto:dzanre.ngwlist at gmail.com ) 4/13/2010 8:39 AM >>>       
Personally my only annoyance in this is that I rebuilt my own GW system
in January and left it at 32 bit SLES 11.  So now I'll have to redo it


On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 4:25 AM, Neil Stansbury
<neil.stansbury at redbacksystems.com> wrote:


Ascot will be 64-bit ONLY. We are talking about servers/agents.
      This is also great and IMO shows Novell's long term commitment to

    Danita Zanrè
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