Monday, 1 August 2016

#2 How to Copy DataSet from One Server to Another Server


This post is second part of How to Copy DataSet from One Server to Another Server

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 After generating the dummy dataset, next step is to identify the files which we need to copy.

2. Files which we need to move

a. APT_CONFIG_FILE - configuration file which used in dataset
b. DataSet Descriptor file - *.ds file, in our case it is dummy.ds
c. DataSet Data files - Actual data files which stored in RESOURCE DISK location

So let's get all the path which we need to access -

APT_CONFIG_FILE = /opt/IBM/InformationServer/Server/Configulations/default.apt
RESOURCE DISK = /opt/IBM/InformationServer/Server/DataSets
DATASET LOC = /home/users/atul/dummy.ds



Use commands or any FTP tool to copy these files in a shared location which can be accessible from another server (serverB)

For my case, I have stored all of them into my linux home direcory which is common in both server.

So I have executed these commands to copy all the required files into my home directory.


cp  /opt/IBM/InformationServer/Server/Configulations/default.apt ~
cp  /opt/IBM/InformationServer/Server/DataSets/dummy.ds.* ~
cp  /home/users/atul/dummy.ds ~


Now, my home directory is having these files -


You can copy these 4 files on serverB where you want to move your dataset. I am not doing the same as my home directory is common for both server.

3. Why we need these files only

Config file was used by datastage to create dataset ( descriptot file, data files, data file location)
So, we needed - config file, dataset descriptor file and dataset data files.





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