OS/2 Server Transition.

By: Redbooks, IBMPublisher: Durham : I B M, 2003Copyright date: ©2003Description: 1 online resource (604 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: Subject(s): Client/server computing | Electronic books. -- local | OS/2 (Computer file)Genre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: OS/2 Server TransitionDDC classification: 005.2/768 LOC classification: QA76.9.C55 -- O78 2003ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front cover -- Contents -- Figures -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Part 1 Introduction and preparation -- Chapter 1. OS/2 Server environment -- 1.1 IBM OS/2 Warp Server for e-business base installation -- 1.2 Sample domain -- 1.3 Configured TCP/IP-based services -- 1.4 Product stack on OS/2 -- 1.4.1 IBM Universal Database -- 1.4.2 IBM e-Network Communications Server -- 1.4.3 Lotus Domino Server -- 1.4.4 IBM HTTP Server -- 1.4.5 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Client -- 1.4.6 IBM LAN Distributed Platform -- 1.4.7 IBM WebSphere MQ -- 1.4.8 IBM Netfinity® Manager™ -- 1.5 Recommended steps prior to migration -- 1.5.1 General architectural thoughts -- 1.5.2 Security -- 1.5.3 Virus protection -- 1.5.4 Printer migration -- 1.5.5 Transport protocol migration -- 1.6 Summary -- Chapter 2. Target platforms -- 2.1 Windows 2000 as a target platform -- 2.1.1 Base installation -- 2.1.2 FTP server -- 2.1.3 DHCP server -- 2.1.4 WINS server -- 2.1.5 DNS server -- 2.1.6 Active Directory services -- 2.1.7 Certificate service -- 2.2 Software stack on Windows 2000 -- 2.2.1 IBM Universal Database -- 2.2.2 IBM e-Network Communications Server -- 2.2.3 Lotus Domino -- 2.2.4 IBM HTTP Server -- 2.2.5 Tivoli Storage Manager Client -- 2.3 Red Hat Linux as a target -- 2.3.1 Base installation -- 2.3.2 FTP server -- 2.3.3 NFS server -- 2.3.4 DNS server -- 2.3.5 DHCP server -- 2.3.6 Samba server -- 2.4 SuSE Linux as a target -- 2.4.1 Base installation -- 2.4.2 FTP server -- 2.4.3 NFS server -- 2.4.4 DNS server -- 2.4.5 DHCP server -- 2.4.6 Samba server -- 2.5 Software stack on Linux -- 2.5.1 IBM Universal Database -- 2.5.2 IBM Communication Server -- 2.5.3 Lotus Domino -- 2.5.4 IBM HTTP Server -- 2.5.5 Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) Client -- 2.6 Samba and OpenLDAP -- 2.6.1 Environment overview.
2.6.2 Downloading products -- 2.6.3 Decompressing and extracting products -- 2.6.4 Configuring and compiling products -- 2.6.5 Configuring products -- 2.7 Summary -- Chapter 3. Starting the OS/2 Server migration -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 LSMT package -- 3.2.1 Install LSMT package -- 3.2.2 REXX and LAN server functions -- 3.2.3 LSMT INI files -- 3.2.4 LSMT ASCII file -- 3.3 Collecting data using LSMT -- 3.3.1 Domain -- 3.3.2 Servers -- 3.3.3 Groups -- 3.3.4 Users -- 3.3.5 Access -- 3.3.6 File and printer shares -- 3.3.7 Serial devices -- 3.3.8 Applications -- 3.4 Considerations and limitations -- 3.5 Cross references -- 3.6 Summary -- Part 2 Migration to Windows 2000 -- Chapter 4. Migrating OS/2 Servers to Windows 2000 -- 4.1 Overview of Windows 2000 migration -- 4.1.1 Considering the order of migration steps -- 4.1.2 Design of Active Directory -- 4.1.3 Tools used during migration -- 4.2 Migrating the domain -- 4.2.1 Preparing Active Directory prior to first migration -- 4.2.2 Steps for each domain -- 4.3 Migrating server definitions -- 4.3.1 Domain controller -- 4.3.2 Member servers -- 4.3.3 Common issues -- 4.4 Migrating groups -- 4.4.1 Before you start -- 4.4.2 Steps to follow -- 4.5 Migrating users -- 4.5.1 Where to start -- 4.5.2 Basic user object -- 4.5.3 Group membership -- 4.5.4 Passwords -- 4.5.5 Logon assignments -- 4.5.6 Steps to follow -- 4.6 Migrating directories -- 4.6.1 Migrating access control -- 4.6.2 Migrating share definitions -- 4.6.3 Migrating the data -- 4.6.4 Migrating DASD limits -- 4.6.5 Steps to follow -- 4.7 Migrating printers -- 4.7.1 Client printing considerations -- 4.7.2 Print queue options -- 4.7.3 Define print queue shares -- 4.7.4 Steps to follow -- 4.8 Migrating serial devices -- 4.9 Migrating applications -- 4.10 NFS migration -- 4.10.1 Software requirement -- 4.10.2 Source platform configuration.
4.10.3 Migration scenario -- 4.10.4 Installation on the target platform -- 4.10.5 AD4UNIX installation -- 4.10.6 Hummingbird Maestro™ NFS server installation -- 4.10.7 Hummingbird Maestro NFS server configuration -- 4.10.8 Hummingbird Maestro NFS server configuration -- 4.10.9 Windows services for UNIX installation -- 4.10.10 Windows services for UNIX configuration -- 4.11 Migrating OS/2 FTP server to Windows 2000 -- 4.11.1 Software requirements -- 4.11.2 Migration scenario -- 4.11.3 Source platform configuration -- 4.11.4 Target platform -- 4.11.5 Hummingbird FTP server installation -- 4.11.6 Hummingbird InetD configuration -- 4.11.7 Microsoft IIS Server installation (FTP server) -- 4.12 DHCP server migration -- 4.12.1 Software requirements -- 4.12.2 Migration scenario -- 4.12.3 Source platform -- 4.12.4 DHCP server installation -- 4.12.5 DHCP server configuration -- 4.13 DDNS server migration -- 4.13.1 Software requirements -- 4.13.2 Migration scenario -- 4.13.3 Source platform -- 4.13.4 Target platform -- 4.13.5 DDNS server installation -- 4.13.6 DDNS server configuration -- 4.14 Summary -- Chapter 5. Migrating the software stack to Windows 2000 -- 5.1 Migrating IBM Universal Database -- 5.1.1 Migration scenario -- 5.1.2 Exporting and importing the data -- 5.2 Migrating IBM e-Network Communications Server -- 5.2.1 Source platform configuration -- 5.2.2 Migration scenario -- 5.2.3 Communications Server installation -- 5.2.4 Migrating the configuration -- 5.3 Migrating Lotus Domino -- 5.3.1 Migration scenario -- 5.3.2 Migrating the configuration -- 5.4 Migrating IBM HTTP Server -- 5.4.1 Software requirements -- 5.4.2 Migration scenario -- 5.4.3 Installing IBM HTTP Server -- 5.4.4 Migrating the IBM HTTP Server -- 5.5 Migrating TSM Client -- 5.5.1 Software requirements -- 5.5.2 Migration scenario -- 5.5.3 Migrating the configuration -- 5.6 Summary.
Part 3 Migration to Linux -- Chapter 6. Migrating OS/2 Servers to Linux and Samba -- 6.1 LDAP directory organization -- 6.1.1 Directory structure -- 6.1.2 Enterprise objects -- 6.1.3 Importing basic directory elements and objects -- 6.1.4 LDAP directory maintenance -- 6.2 Migrating the OS/2 domain -- 6.2.1 Organizational Units for each branch -- 6.2.2 Overview of OS/2 domain mapping to Samba -- 6.2.3 Samba domain configuration -- 6.3 Migrating server definitions -- 6.3.1 Overview of OS/2 Server name mapping to Samba -- 6.3.2 Additional OS/2 Server services -- 6.3.3 Configuring Samba server name -- 6.4 Migrating groups -- 6.4.1 Overview of OS/2 group mappings to Samba -- 6.4.2 Preparation for migration -- 6.4.3 Steps to follow for groups -- 6.5 Migrating users and passwords -- 6.5.1 Overview of OS/2 user mapping to Samba -- 6.5.2 Preparation for migration -- 6.5.3 Group membership -- 6.5.4 Logon assignments -- 6.5.5 Steps to follow -- 6.6 Migrating directories and access controls -- 6.6.1 Overview of access controls with Samba -- 6.6.2 Overview of Samba directory shares -- 6.6.3 Create the share point directories -- 6.6.4 Define shares and access controls -- 6.6.5 Copy the data from the OS/2 aliases to the Samba shares -- 6.6.6 Migrating DASD limits -- 6.6.7 Steps to follow -- 6.7 Migrating printers -- 6.7.1 Client printing considerations -- 6.7.2 Print queue options -- 6.7.3 Overview of Samba printer shares -- 6.7.4 Define print queue shares -- 6.7.5 Steps to follow -- 6.8 Migrating serial devices -- 6.9 Migrating applications -- 6.10 NFS migration -- 6.10.1 Software requirement -- 6.10.2 Migration scenario -- 6.10.3 Configuration file for OS/2 Server -- 6.10.4 Configuration file for Linux server -- 6.10.5 Advanced configuration -- 6.11 FTP migration -- 6.11.1 Software requirements -- 6.11.2 The migration scenario -- 6.11.3 SuSE FTP configuration.
6.11.4 Red Hat FTP configuration -- 6.11.5 Creating users on Red Hat -- 6.11.6 Creating users on SuSE -- 6.11.7 Transfer the data from OS/2 to Linux -- 6.12 DHCP migration -- 6.12.1 Software requirements -- 6.12.2 Migration scenario -- 6.12.3 Configuration file for OS/2 -- 6.12.4 Using a script to migrate the DHCP configuration -- 6.12.5 DHCP configuration file for Linux -- 6.12.6 Advanced configuration -- 6.13 DNS migration -- 6.13.1 Software requirements -- 6.13.2 Migration scenario -- 6.13.3 Creating a secondary DNS -- 6.13.4 DNS configuration files for OS/2 -- 6.13.5 DNS configuration files for Linux -- 6.13.6 Advanced configuration -- 6.14 DDNS migration -- 6.14.1 Software requirements -- 6.14.2 Migration scenario -- 6.14.3 Configure the Linux DDNS server -- 6.15 Summary -- Part 4 Tools and scenarios -- Chapter 7. Migrating the software stack to Linux -- 7.1 Migrating IBM Universal Database -- 7.1.1 Migration scenario -- 7.1.2 Exporting and importing the data -- 7.2 Migrating IBM e-Network Communications Server -- 7.3 Migrating Lotus Notes® server -- 7.3.1 Migration scenario -- 7.3.2 Migrating the configuration -- 7.4 Migrating IBM HTTP Server -- 7.4.1 Software requirements -- 7.4.2 Migration scenario -- 7.5 Migration of ADSM Client -- 7.5.1 Software requirements -- 7.5.2 Migration scenario -- 7.5.3 Migration of the dsm.opt file -- 7.5.4 Migrating the configuration -- 7.6 Summary -- Chapter 8. Additional migration tools -- 8.1 Various IBM tools -- 8.1.1 IBM Networks UAM for Microsoft Windows 2000 -- 8.1.2 IBM Networks Password Synchronization Tool -- 8.2 Starfire Titan -- 8.2.1 Configuration -- 8.2.2 Features and functions -- 8.2.3 OS/2 LAN Server migration scenario -- 8.2.4 Transformation customization -- 8.2.5 Extraction from OS/2 -- 8.2.6 Migrating an OS/2 domain -- 8.2.7 Starfire Titan during and after migration.
8.3 6PAC Network administrative tools.
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Front cover -- Contents -- Figures -- Notices -- Trademarks -- Preface -- The team that wrote this redbook -- Become a published author -- Comments welcome -- Part 1 Introduction and preparation -- Chapter 1. OS/2 Server environment -- 1.1 IBM OS/2 Warp Server for e-business base installation -- 1.2 Sample domain -- 1.3 Configured TCP/IP-based services -- 1.4 Product stack on OS/2 -- 1.4.1 IBM Universal Database -- 1.4.2 IBM e-Network Communications Server -- 1.4.3 Lotus Domino Server -- 1.4.4 IBM HTTP Server -- 1.4.5 IBM Tivoli Storage Manager Client -- 1.4.6 IBM LAN Distributed Platform -- 1.4.7 IBM WebSphere MQ -- 1.4.8 IBM Netfinity® Manager™ -- 1.5 Recommended steps prior to migration -- 1.5.1 General architectural thoughts -- 1.5.2 Security -- 1.5.3 Virus protection -- 1.5.4 Printer migration -- 1.5.5 Transport protocol migration -- 1.6 Summary -- Chapter 2. Target platforms -- 2.1 Windows 2000 as a target platform -- 2.1.1 Base installation -- 2.1.2 FTP server -- 2.1.3 DHCP server -- 2.1.4 WINS server -- 2.1.5 DNS server -- 2.1.6 Active Directory services -- 2.1.7 Certificate service -- 2.2 Software stack on Windows 2000 -- 2.2.1 IBM Universal Database -- 2.2.2 IBM e-Network Communications Server -- 2.2.3 Lotus Domino -- 2.2.4 IBM HTTP Server -- 2.2.5 Tivoli Storage Manager Client -- 2.3 Red Hat Linux as a target -- 2.3.1 Base installation -- 2.3.2 FTP server -- 2.3.3 NFS server -- 2.3.4 DNS server -- 2.3.5 DHCP server -- 2.3.6 Samba server -- 2.4 SuSE Linux as a target -- 2.4.1 Base installation -- 2.4.2 FTP server -- 2.4.3 NFS server -- 2.4.4 DNS server -- 2.4.5 DHCP server -- 2.4.6 Samba server -- 2.5 Software stack on Linux -- 2.5.1 IBM Universal Database -- 2.5.2 IBM Communication Server -- 2.5.3 Lotus Domino -- 2.5.4 IBM HTTP Server -- 2.5.5 Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) Client -- 2.6 Samba and OpenLDAP -- 2.6.1 Environment overview.

2.6.2 Downloading products -- 2.6.3 Decompressing and extracting products -- 2.6.4 Configuring and compiling products -- 2.6.5 Configuring products -- 2.7 Summary -- Chapter 3. Starting the OS/2 Server migration -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 LSMT package -- 3.2.1 Install LSMT package -- 3.2.2 REXX and LAN server functions -- 3.2.3 LSMT INI files -- 3.2.4 LSMT ASCII file -- 3.3 Collecting data using LSMT -- 3.3.1 Domain -- 3.3.2 Servers -- 3.3.3 Groups -- 3.3.4 Users -- 3.3.5 Access -- 3.3.6 File and printer shares -- 3.3.7 Serial devices -- 3.3.8 Applications -- 3.4 Considerations and limitations -- 3.5 Cross references -- 3.6 Summary -- Part 2 Migration to Windows 2000 -- Chapter 4. Migrating OS/2 Servers to Windows 2000 -- 4.1 Overview of Windows 2000 migration -- 4.1.1 Considering the order of migration steps -- 4.1.2 Design of Active Directory -- 4.1.3 Tools used during migration -- 4.2 Migrating the domain -- 4.2.1 Preparing Active Directory prior to first migration -- 4.2.2 Steps for each domain -- 4.3 Migrating server definitions -- 4.3.1 Domain controller -- 4.3.2 Member servers -- 4.3.3 Common issues -- 4.4 Migrating groups -- 4.4.1 Before you start -- 4.4.2 Steps to follow -- 4.5 Migrating users -- 4.5.1 Where to start -- 4.5.2 Basic user object -- 4.5.3 Group membership -- 4.5.4 Passwords -- 4.5.5 Logon assignments -- 4.5.6 Steps to follow -- 4.6 Migrating directories -- 4.6.1 Migrating access control -- 4.6.2 Migrating share definitions -- 4.6.3 Migrating the data -- 4.6.4 Migrating DASD limits -- 4.6.5 Steps to follow -- 4.7 Migrating printers -- 4.7.1 Client printing considerations -- 4.7.2 Print queue options -- 4.7.3 Define print queue shares -- 4.7.4 Steps to follow -- 4.8 Migrating serial devices -- 4.9 Migrating applications -- 4.10 NFS migration -- 4.10.1 Software requirement -- 4.10.2 Source platform configuration.

4.10.3 Migration scenario -- 4.10.4 Installation on the target platform -- 4.10.5 AD4UNIX installation -- 4.10.6 Hummingbird Maestro™ NFS server installation -- 4.10.7 Hummingbird Maestro NFS server configuration -- 4.10.8 Hummingbird Maestro NFS server configuration -- 4.10.9 Windows services for UNIX installation -- 4.10.10 Windows services for UNIX configuration -- 4.11 Migrating OS/2 FTP server to Windows 2000 -- 4.11.1 Software requirements -- 4.11.2 Migration scenario -- 4.11.3 Source platform configuration -- 4.11.4 Target platform -- 4.11.5 Hummingbird FTP server installation -- 4.11.6 Hummingbird InetD configuration -- 4.11.7 Microsoft IIS Server installation (FTP server) -- 4.12 DHCP server migration -- 4.12.1 Software requirements -- 4.12.2 Migration scenario -- 4.12.3 Source platform -- 4.12.4 DHCP server installation -- 4.12.5 DHCP server configuration -- 4.13 DDNS server migration -- 4.13.1 Software requirements -- 4.13.2 Migration scenario -- 4.13.3 Source platform -- 4.13.4 Target platform -- 4.13.5 DDNS server installation -- 4.13.6 DDNS server configuration -- 4.14 Summary -- Chapter 5. Migrating the software stack to Windows 2000 -- 5.1 Migrating IBM Universal Database -- 5.1.1 Migration scenario -- 5.1.2 Exporting and importing the data -- 5.2 Migrating IBM e-Network Communications Server -- 5.2.1 Source platform configuration -- 5.2.2 Migration scenario -- 5.2.3 Communications Server installation -- 5.2.4 Migrating the configuration -- 5.3 Migrating Lotus Domino -- 5.3.1 Migration scenario -- 5.3.2 Migrating the configuration -- 5.4 Migrating IBM HTTP Server -- 5.4.1 Software requirements -- 5.4.2 Migration scenario -- 5.4.3 Installing IBM HTTP Server -- 5.4.4 Migrating the IBM HTTP Server -- 5.5 Migrating TSM Client -- 5.5.1 Software requirements -- 5.5.2 Migration scenario -- 5.5.3 Migrating the configuration -- 5.6 Summary.

Part 3 Migration to Linux -- Chapter 6. Migrating OS/2 Servers to Linux and Samba -- 6.1 LDAP directory organization -- 6.1.1 Directory structure -- 6.1.2 Enterprise objects -- 6.1.3 Importing basic directory elements and objects -- 6.1.4 LDAP directory maintenance -- 6.2 Migrating the OS/2 domain -- 6.2.1 Organizational Units for each branch -- 6.2.2 Overview of OS/2 domain mapping to Samba -- 6.2.3 Samba domain configuration -- 6.3 Migrating server definitions -- 6.3.1 Overview of OS/2 Server name mapping to Samba -- 6.3.2 Additional OS/2 Server services -- 6.3.3 Configuring Samba server name -- 6.4 Migrating groups -- 6.4.1 Overview of OS/2 group mappings to Samba -- 6.4.2 Preparation for migration -- 6.4.3 Steps to follow for groups -- 6.5 Migrating users and passwords -- 6.5.1 Overview of OS/2 user mapping to Samba -- 6.5.2 Preparation for migration -- 6.5.3 Group membership -- 6.5.4 Logon assignments -- 6.5.5 Steps to follow -- 6.6 Migrating directories and access controls -- 6.6.1 Overview of access controls with Samba -- 6.6.2 Overview of Samba directory shares -- 6.6.3 Create the share point directories -- 6.6.4 Define shares and access controls -- 6.6.5 Copy the data from the OS/2 aliases to the Samba shares -- 6.6.6 Migrating DASD limits -- 6.6.7 Steps to follow -- 6.7 Migrating printers -- 6.7.1 Client printing considerations -- 6.7.2 Print queue options -- 6.7.3 Overview of Samba printer shares -- 6.7.4 Define print queue shares -- 6.7.5 Steps to follow -- 6.8 Migrating serial devices -- 6.9 Migrating applications -- 6.10 NFS migration -- 6.10.1 Software requirement -- 6.10.2 Migration scenario -- 6.10.3 Configuration file for OS/2 Server -- 6.10.4 Configuration file for Linux server -- 6.10.5 Advanced configuration -- 6.11 FTP migration -- 6.11.1 Software requirements -- 6.11.2 The migration scenario -- 6.11.3 SuSE FTP configuration.

6.11.4 Red Hat FTP configuration -- 6.11.5 Creating users on Red Hat -- 6.11.6 Creating users on SuSE -- 6.11.7 Transfer the data from OS/2 to Linux -- 6.12 DHCP migration -- 6.12.1 Software requirements -- 6.12.2 Migration scenario -- 6.12.3 Configuration file for OS/2 -- 6.12.4 Using a script to migrate the DHCP configuration -- 6.12.5 DHCP configuration file for Linux -- 6.12.6 Advanced configuration -- 6.13 DNS migration -- 6.13.1 Software requirements -- 6.13.2 Migration scenario -- 6.13.3 Creating a secondary DNS -- 6.13.4 DNS configuration files for OS/2 -- 6.13.5 DNS configuration files for Linux -- 6.13.6 Advanced configuration -- 6.14 DDNS migration -- 6.14.1 Software requirements -- 6.14.2 Migration scenario -- 6.14.3 Configure the Linux DDNS server -- 6.15 Summary -- Part 4 Tools and scenarios -- Chapter 7. Migrating the software stack to Linux -- 7.1 Migrating IBM Universal Database -- 7.1.1 Migration scenario -- 7.1.2 Exporting and importing the data -- 7.2 Migrating IBM e-Network Communications Server -- 7.3 Migrating Lotus Notes® server -- 7.3.1 Migration scenario -- 7.3.2 Migrating the configuration -- 7.4 Migrating IBM HTTP Server -- 7.4.1 Software requirements -- 7.4.2 Migration scenario -- 7.5 Migration of ADSM Client -- 7.5.1 Software requirements -- 7.5.2 Migration scenario -- 7.5.3 Migration of the dsm.opt file -- 7.5.4 Migrating the configuration -- 7.6 Summary -- Chapter 8. Additional migration tools -- 8.1 Various IBM tools -- 8.1.1 IBM Networks UAM for Microsoft Windows 2000 -- 8.1.2 IBM Networks Password Synchronization Tool -- 8.2 Starfire Titan -- 8.2.1 Configuration -- 8.2.2 Features and functions -- 8.2.3 OS/2 LAN Server migration scenario -- 8.2.4 Transformation customization -- 8.2.5 Extraction from OS/2 -- 8.2.6 Migrating an OS/2 domain -- 8.2.7 Starfire Titan during and after migration.

8.3 6PAC Network administrative tools.

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