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Nickel

Migrate export / import 80.10 to 80.30

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I am attempting to export my management server database from 80.10 and then import it to a fresh install of 80.30.

From what I understand I need the 80.30 migration tools on the 80.10 server so I have downloaded Check_Point_R80.30_Gaia_SecurePlatform_above_R75.40_Migration_tools.tgz , Win SCP'd it to the 80.10 server, extracted it, and in the same directory I am trying to take the export using "./migrate export /var/log/tmp/" but it seems the command is not valid after the ./migrate.  What command should I be running to generate a tgz export file?

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Hi @Mike_Jensen 

Old SMS R80.10;

1) Download R80.30 migration tools.

2) Copy the tool via winscp to your R80.10 server.

3) Extract the migration tool to a folder:

# tar xzvf migration...

4) Start migrate export.

# ./migrate export /var/log/migrate_file

New SMS R80.30

5) Copy migrate_file.tgz via winscp to your new R80.30 server to folder /var/log/migrate_file.tgz

6) Now change to folder:

# cd $FWDIR/bin/upgrade_tools

7) Now start migrate import:

# ./migrate import /var/log/migrate_file.tgz

 

 

 

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Pearl

you should be running ./migrate export from the directory where the extracted tools are located.

the path to the destination should end with the "nameoftheoutputfile.tgz"

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Nickel

Thank you.  I was certain I was.  I tried again and it worked like charm.  The import into 80.30 is successful as well.

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Hi @Mike_Jensen 

Old SMS R80.10;

1) Download R80.30 migration tools.

2) Copy the tool via winscp to your R80.10 server.

3) Extract the migration tool to a folder:

# tar xzvf migration...

4) Start migrate export.

# ./migrate export /var/log/migrate_file

New SMS R80.30

5) Copy migrate_file.tgz via winscp to your new R80.30 server to folder /var/log/migrate_file.tgz

6) Now change to folder:

# cd $FWDIR/bin/upgrade_tools

7) Now start migrate import:

# ./migrate import /var/log/migrate_file.tgz

 

 

 

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