Sun Java System Calendar Server 6.3 Administration Guide

ProcedureHigh Level Steps for Using csmig

  1. Configure your Directory Server using

    If you have not already indexed LDAP attributes using, do so at this time. This will greatly help performance of the LDAP data migration.

  2. Using a staging server (not your production server), perform a test dry run.

    A dry run reports what csmig would do during an actual migration but does not migrate any data. After the dry run, and before you actually migrate, correct any errors and determine a plan to handle any unresolved calendars.

    For instructions on how to perform a test dry run, see 3.5.4 csmig Utility Migration Steps.

  3. Migrate Your Production Data

    During a production run, csmig migrates the calendar database (.db files) and LDAP data (user and group preferences data), icsSubscribed, icsCalendar, icsCalendarOwned, icsFreeBusy, icsSet, and uid (for resource calendars). After the migration, all calendar resources will have an LDAP entry created.

    For instructions on how to migrate your production data, see 3.5.4 csmig Utility Migration Steps.