saweber
By: saweber

April 4, 2017 7:34 am

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Migrating a SLES to SLES4SAP within minutes!

Working in Support we see a lot of customers trying to use the powers of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications but failing already during product registration. So why is that? It has to be explained that although SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) and SUSE Linux Enterprise server for SAP Applications (SLES4SAP) use the […]

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By: dvosburg

February 6, 2017 1:04 pm

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Migrating to SUSE Manager 3 – A paradigm shift

Celery with peanut butter.  That is what my spouse had plated for me to eat at lunchtime.  Celery was a familiar favorite – but peanut butter I had always avoided.  She said if I learned to eat peanut butter, it could be a great source of protein that we could afford.  That day I mustered […]

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By: jlove

October 24, 2016 7:32 am

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I am ready to Define my Future! Are you?

Do you know what I mean with that exciting feeling that starts to crawl through your veins weeks before Christmas? That feeling that makes you super anxious because of all the good stuff that lies ahead? Well, that’s exactly how I’m feeling about our amazing event “SUSECON 2016”  on November 7 – 11 in Washington DC. […]

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By: jlove

September 15, 2016 3:27 pm

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Test Driving HANA on AWS [Webinar]

Pressure to compete at a faster pace and diminishing IT budgets combined with the culture of ‘everything on-demand’ is driving new levels of digital transformation across all sizes of business. Larger organizations especially are feeling heightened expectations from customers and employees alike to compete and deliver innovation at high velocity. In a recent blog post […]

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By: Naji Almahmoud

July 19, 2013 9:57 pm

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Enterprise Linux Everywhere: SAP HANA, ERP, Database, Mobile, and Cloud

Since the first release of Linux kernel in October 1991 by Linus Torvalds, happy coincidence and hard work of people projected this UNIX-like computer operating system to incredible market positions. Linux today is present in: Mobile devices, thanks to Android (using Linux kernel) , where 400 million Android devices activated in 2012 More than 90% […]

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Joachim Werner
By: Joachim Werner

February 8, 2013 2:09 pm

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With SUSE Manager, a new Service Pack is now just a few clicks away!

For quite a while SUSE Manager has been supporting Service Pack upgrades via AutoYaST and the SUSE Manager remote provisioning feature. Now there is an even easier way of migrating a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to a new Service Pack, built right into the SUSE Manager Web UI! As usual I wanted to provide screenshots […]

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By: mweiss2

October 3, 2011 11:03 am

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In-Place Upgrade NetWare to Open Enterprise Server

Currently, Novell doesn’t support an in-place upgrade from NetWare to OES. This has prevented some customers from upgrading to OES.

To address this shortcoming, Novell Consulting is investigating a procedure that allows customers to perform an in-place upgrade when certain prerequisites are met.

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By: gldavis

September 9, 2011 10:00 am

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SLES10SP4 support for OES2SP3 is live!

Looking to add SLES10SP4 to your OES2 servers?

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By: olorin112

March 19, 2010 4:26 pm

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XEN live migration over encrypted connection (ssh tunnel)

As XEN only has limited authorization capability for its live migration and all the communication is unencrypted, this solution shows how to set up live migration over an ssh tunnel. Any authorization is handled via the ssh stack.

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By: mbruner1

January 28, 2010 10:35 am

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Migration from NetWare 6.5 SP7 to SLES10SP2-OES2SP1 Hiccup

After doing a pre-migration of a Volume from NetWare 6.5 SP7 to SLES10-SP2 w/ OES2-SP1 all of the file structures appeared to be correct. We did this “Pre-migration” in order to copy the bulk of our user files prior to doing a final sync and pointing to the new volume on the new server. But after the sync, we found that some of the source files and the destination files had the EXACT same size, creation date, and modified date, but the content was different. Here is how it went down.

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