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I got a question about, ldom migration.

Current setup on T4 servers.  Moving one T4 to another DC T4.
Ldom disks on SAN.
Ldom have 3 zones.
Prob: SAN disks cont moved to another T4 Since  other T4 server different location of DC.

Disk data around 500 GB.

Whats the best method to move this ldoms????
Need to taken care of boot env also.
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by:blu
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Are you trying to do a live migration, or can you shut the ldoms down?
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i can shutdown ldoms..
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So, can you please elaborate on the constraints and the problem. Is the primary problem the need to replicate the SAN disks at the new site? I am not sure what your problem statement is saying.
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primary problem already indicated how the data get moved?? with Boot env.
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Are the data centers networked together?
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"Are the data centers networked together? " Nope..
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Well the data has to be able to get from one to the other some how. If not over a network, then they need to move physically. If you don't need the disk to remain in the old data center, then move the disks. If you do need to leave them there, you will have to copy them first and then move the copies.
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