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Migration of Unix AIX11i/10g instance
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Hi All,
We are planning to migrate our application and DB to new hardware . is there any time saving/quick way for this migration?

I have gone through the below document , but it seems this will consume more time.

10g Release 2 Export/Import Process for Oracle Applications Release 11i [Article ID 362205.1]

Application : 11i

DB : 10G

Platform : AIX

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(12-26-2013, 01:48 AM)Ryan Adam Wrote: Hi All,
We are planning to migrate our application and DB to new hardware . is there any time saving/quick way for this migration?

I have gone through the below document , but it seems this will consume more time.

10g Release 2 Export/Import Process for Oracle Applications Release 11i [Article ID 362205.1]

Application : 11i

DB : 10G

Platform : AIX

Regards,
You can use rapid close by following MOS note:
Rapid Clone Documentation Resources For Release 11i and 12 (Doc ID 799735.1)
or if the environment will be same, you can also restore to new servers.
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