Merging two calendar databases (4)
You can merge databases from different machines when you create your
network, or restore an archived database by merging it with the
current database. To merge two databases, you must ensure that the
following conditions are true:
The server processes are not running.
To pause the server processes, use option 8.
The databases are the correct format. If either database was
created under SCO Portfolio version 1.0.1 or earlier, use option 5
to convert the database to the correct format.
Individual calendar names are not used in both databases. To
change the name of a user's calendar, use option 6 to move the
calendar out of the database, delete the calendar, and move the
calendar back in.
If you do not satisfy all of these conditions, error messages
appear when you run the merge calendar option.
To merge two calendars, follow these steps:
After you enter the destination database pathname, the calendars
are combined and you return to the Calendar Administration menu.
Use the Calendar Administration menu's option 8 (described in
``Pausing and resuming the server (8)'')
to pause the server processes.
Enter 4 at the Calendar Administration menu.
Enter the pathname of the database you are adding (the source database)
or enter q to quit.
Enter the pathname of the database you are appending to (the destination
database) or enter q to quit. The default value is
/usr/lib/sco/oadb/caldata; to accept this value, press
<Return> without entering a pathname.
Converting a calendar database (5)
Verifying data integrity (3)
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 02 June 2005