Running the privacy migration utility on AIX, Linux or SolarisAdded by IBM on November 23, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|Run the privacy migration utility to migrate user privacy information that was stored prior to IBM® Sametime® 7.5 to the new format. to migrate privacy information from AIX®, Solaris, or Linux® to the new format. An optional parameter allows you to migrate privacy data for only a specified subset of your Sametime users.
Run the privacy migration utility to migrate user privacy information that was stored prior to IBM
® 7.5 to the new format. to migrate privacy information from AIX
®, Solaris, or Linux
® to the new format. An optional parameter allows you to migrate privacy data for only a specified subset of your Sametime
To run the utility after upgrading to Sametime
8, follow these steps:
Parent topic: Migrating user privacy information
- If you intend to migrate privacy information for only a specified subset of your Sametime users, create a text file containing the names of the users. For example, create a text file called upgrade_util_filter.txt and save it in the server data directory or another accessible location. The file should have each user specified on a separate line in the following format:
- Change directory to the data directory.
- Make the script executable by running the following command.
- chmod u+x upgrade_util.sh
- Stop the Sametime server.
- Run the upgrade utility as the user defined for your Domino® and Sametime deployment, typically "notes":
upgrade_util.sh <domino_program_directory> <sametime_server_data_directory> [ <upgrade_util_filter_file> ]
- The first two parameters should be specified, and the last parameter is optional.
- If you do not specify the upgrade util filter file (the third parameter shown above), the UpgradeUtilFilter entry in the sametime.ini file is used.
- If there is no such entry in the sametime.ini, no filter will be used, meaning migrating privacy information of all Sametime users.
- Check the vpuserinfo.nsf.log file which has the latest time stamp to verify that the utility ran successfully.