copy an OpenServer system image to /openserver
/usr/lib/okp/bin/migrate [-c | -n] [-v] -h hostname
/usr/lib/okp/bin/migrate [-c | -n] [-v] -i image_filename
The migrate command populates the OpenServer compatibility directory
/openserver with the files from an OpenServer system on the network,
or from a previously prepared system image file.
migrate will exit without copying any files if the
/openserver directory already exists, or if the invoking
user is not root.
Space checking is performed to see if the file system containing
/openserver contains enough free space to accommodate the
system image, unless the -n option is specified.
Note that in order to use the -h option,
rsh must be enabled on the OpenServer system for
root access; the files /etc/hosts.equiv and
/.rhosts on the OpenServer system must have 600 permissions.
for how to prepare the populated /openserver directory for use.
Perform space checking on /openserver only; do not copy any files.
Cannot be specified with -n.
Do not perform any space checking.
Prints the name of each file to standard output as it is copied to
The system name or IP address of a running OpenServer system.
The file or path name of an OpenServer image file created by
On success, migrate returns 0.
On failure it returns 1 and prints a message indicating the source of
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004