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migrate oracle 10 datafiles from solaris 8 to solaris 10

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I need to move an Oracle 10.2 database from solaris 8 on a V440 to solaris 10 on an x86 server.  What is an effective process to do this?
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safest way is to do an export from source system and import into target system and not try to move the underlying datafiles at all.

with 10g systems you can use datapump to move the schemas and objects directly from the source system to the target without needing to create a dump file.
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