Migrating Minidisk Files to SFS

If you are migrating from minidisk - based file storage to SFS - based file storage, you can have cacc help you move your data from minidisks to SFS. In this move, you can also delete the minidisks from users’ directory entries after the minidisks are processed; this prevents inadvertent use of duplicate data. You can also enroll these users as SFS users under cacc if they are not already enrolled.
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If you are migrating from minidisk - based file storage to SFS - based file storage, you can have
VM:Secure
help you move your data from minidisks to SFS. In this move, you can also delete the minidisks from users’ directory entries after the minidisks are processed; this prevents inadvertent use of duplicate data. You can also enroll these users as SFS users under
VM:Secure
if they are not already enrolled.
Migrating data from one storage type to another, deleting old minidisks, and enrolling user IDs in SFS through
VM:Secure
is possible through the MOVE2SFS command.
For information about the MOVE2SFS command, including all its options and how to use them, see the section "Command Reference" in the
Reference
.
You can also specify where you want the data from minidisks placed when it is moved to SFS, and you can manipulate the data in some ways after it is moved. These two functions are available using the PREMOVE and POSTMOVE user exits.
For information about using the PREMOVE user exit and the POSTMOVE user exit for specifying the location of migrated data and for other manipulations you can make on migrated data, see the section "User Exit Reference" in the
Reference
.