Migrate DB2V8 to V9

Tom F

Migrate DB2V8 to V9
We're wanting to migrate DB2V8 NFM to V9. Out catalog is unicode and data
is EBCDIC. Is anyone aware of any white papers etc on performing such a
migration. All is is appreciated in advance!
Tom

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Philip Sevetson

Re: Migrate DB2V8 to V9
(in response to Tom F)
Tom,



You mean, as opposed to the installation guide found at:

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/dzichelp/v2r2/index.jsp?topic=/
com.ibm.db29.doc.inst/db2z_inst.htm

?



Our organization is, as far as I can tell, working straight from this
guide, probably with assistance from IBM level 1 support.



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We're wanting to migrate DB2V8 NFM to V9. Out catalog is unicode and
data

is EBCDIC. Is anyone aware of any white papers etc on performing such a

migration. All is is appreciated in advance!

Tom



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George Palko

Re: Migrate DB2V8 to V9
(in response to Philip Sevetson)
Tom,

The catalog was converted to Unicode with the V8 migration. There is not anything unusual or different with the V9 migration pertaining to the fact that the catalog is Unicode and the data is EBCDIC. The migration of the catalog is completed by the CATMAINT job DSNTIJTC.

Regards,
George

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Subject: [DB2-L] Migrate DB2V8 to V9

We're wanting to migrate DB2V8 NFM to V9. Out catalog is unicode and data
is EBCDIC. Is anyone aware of any white papers etc on performing such a
migration. All is appreciated in advance!
Tom

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Roger Miller

Re: Migrate DB2V8 to V9
(in response to George Palko)
We keep a number of presentations and papers on the web on this ftp server.
ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/software/data/db2/zos/presentations/migration/
Here are a couple of the files there:
v9-migration-db2aktuell-2008-miller.pdf
v9-early-migration-experience-iod-2008-campbell.pdf
v9-early-migration-experience-iod-2008-campbell.mp3 audio 13 MB
db2-9-zos-migration-betaworks-2007.pdf

There is a migration project workshop that I recommend. Its generally a one
day session for education and planning with one of the DB2 specialists. The
project plan is worth the call. Talk to a local IBMer or perhaps the user group
there in Columbus. Venkat is always looking for good topics. Mamie Sheen
can probably help.

Roger Miller, DB2 for z/OS

On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 10:52:17 -0500, Palko, George <[login to unmask email]>
wrote:

>Tom,
>
>The catalog was converted to Unicode with the V8 migration. There is not
anything unusual or different with the V9 migration pertaining to the fact that
the catalog is Unicode and the data is EBCDIC. The migration of the catalog is
completed by the CATMAINT job DSNTIJTC.
>
>Regards,
>George
>
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>Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 1:35 PM
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>Subject: [DB2-L] Migrate DB2V8 to V9
>
>We're wanting to migrate DB2V8 NFM to V9. Out catalog is unicode and data
>is EBCDIC. Is anyone aware of any white papers etc on performing such a
>migration. All is appreciated in advance!
>Tom
>
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