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Re-catalog Database and Node Directory to other Server

Posted on 2008-10-08
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Hi all, and Thanks.
I have a Server1 and I need to recatalog all Databese and Node Directory in Server2 exist any comand to extract the commands to run it in Server2?

exeample:
catalog tcpip node NODE1 remote 150.23.1.12 remote 50202 ;
catalog db DATABASE1 at node NODE1 authentication server ;

This comands to all nodes an databases I need this because I have to recatalog more than 150 nodes and databases thanks for advance.
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Hi saulpilot,

If all of the client systems are going to have the same set of databases, it might be easier to create all of the definitions on one client, then copy the client to the other machines.


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Thanks Ken.
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