Are you going to re-create the database schema, or are you just trying to re-install the appserver binaries?
and for what purpose?
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Doing a complete clean reinstall of the server ( OS, Oracle,
Bladelogic etc. ).
We need to do this for our product testing.
If I had to, I was going to export whatever I could
and then reimport. But then I would have to reconfigure all
my servers and whatever else ( Users/Roles etc.) couldn't
You could export the current db schema, the file store and some other files, and re-import all of that after the re-install of oracle, appserver, etc. that would make the new environment exactly like the envrionment as it is now.
All of the bladelogic content lives in the db and file server.
otherwise you'll have to export/import and re-create the objects you can't export.
The DB and file server are one in the same.
Is the DB schema export you mentioned able to
be done within Bladelogic or Oracle ?
You are either going to nuke everything, create a fresh db schema and empty file server and then manually import / create objects to match what you have now, or you are going to save the db, file server files and some config files and then drop those into the fresh install of the binaries.
Do you mean I'm going to reimport my previously
exported DB Schema from Oracle
and restore /usr/nsh/storage and /usr/lib/rsc ?
you'll also want the 'config.xml', the 'AppServerProfiles.xml' (if it exists), bladelogic.keystore and the tpasswd.conf files (all in /usr/nsh/br)... and you'll want the /usr/nsh/share/sensors directory.
I think that's it....
I'd test this before nuking your good install...