How to copy an entire "TEST" site to a "PRODU

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  • #50928
    Hal Ozcan

    we are running qdx5.6 on a windows 2003 server; our question is this: after testing a given architecture (all threads, procs, and processes) in a “test” site (ex: t_his1_adt), is there an automated way (i.e. similar to hcirootcopy) to copy the test site to a production site (ex: p_his1_adt) within the same root?

    As far as I know, there is not a “site” version of hcirootcopy. Is it just a matter of: 1) from win explorer, copy/paste the site directory under %hciroot% directory, 2) recycle (stop/restart) the hostserver.

    Please advise. Thank you.

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    • #68044
      Robert Kersemakers

      Hi Hal,

      I am not fluent in the Windows version of Cloverleaf, but you shouldn’t copy the ‘processes’ directory from one site to another. Copy all but this directory from to , then bounce (stop/start) all the processes in the site.

      Make sure to make a backup of the site before this action. You never know…

      Zuyderland Medisch Centrum; Heerlen/Sittard; The Netherlands

    • #68045
      James Cobane

      You should probably perform a site init in prod for the new site, then copy over the directories, exlcuding the exec (and below) directories.  You probably should check with Support to verify your approach.  From a UNIX/AIX perspective, we would normally perform a site init in prod, then using the tar command, tar up the configuration files from test (the Xlate, tclprocs, Tables, NetConfig, formats, pdls,), etc. and then extract the .tar file under the new prod site directory.

      Jim Cobane

      Henry Ford Health

    • #68046
      Robert Kersemakers

      Oh darn! It was the ‘exec’ directory, not the underlying ‘processes’ directory.

      That’s what you get from a long cloverleaf-free weekend…  🙂

      Zuyderland Medisch Centrum; Heerlen/Sittard; The Netherlands

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