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Currently, QV is installed on a 32 bits server, which means we are limited to 4Go of RAM. We need more RAM so we have to install QV on a new 64 bit-server.
What is the best way to proceed ? Do we have to install QV from scratch a the new server or is there an "easy" way to do it ?
If we have to install it from scratch, we should ask for a new QV server licence ? And then when everything is ok, kill the former one ?
I'm just starting to think about it, all you ideas are welcomed
Have a good day.
I prefer to go with fresh instillation.
If you can manage downtime in off peak hour then no need for you to have new License.
If you cannot have downtime. I suggest you to contact your partner to get trail License until you finish your migration.
Thank you for reply
I have never installed QV Server before, I didn't expect I could do it in 1 hour
So let's say I have my new server.
Here are the steps I imagine:
- Copy all the files (applications..)
- Download the installation pakage of QV desktop and install it
- Download the installation package of QV server and install it --> Is it only about clicking on "next" several times ? Or do I have to parametrize IT things ?
- Enter the LEF and numero of licence in the QMC --> I guess that will kill the licence from the former server ?
- Re allocate the cals and re schedule the reloads
Do I miss something ? Will it be that easy ?
Thank you again
Perfect, You are on right track.
Just make sure you off your first server before you apply License on second one.
I think you may require control number of license when you will be shifting your license key to the new server.
you may find the attached document useful
HTH - Andy
Hi Check this too. This will help you.
As ASHFAQ said, I too vote to fresh installation. All the best.
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