PA File Server-Old: TPEISMS01 PA File Server-New: TPEISMS02 Client: TPEFS

Hi Support. How to change the PA File Sight server (TPEISMS01 to TPEISMS02) from client?

Dennis

asked 06 Jan, 00:46

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Hi Dennis,

Do you need to move the PAFS application to the new server, or do you need to move the Satellite?

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answered 06 Jan, 10:46

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Hi Support,

Both PAFS application and DB server would move to new servers. And the Satellite (TPEFS) would need to connect to new PAFS application server (TPEISMS02) at the same time. Please provide the suggestion.

  • PAFS application Server: from TPEISMS01 to TPEISMS02
  • PAFS DB Server: from TPEISMSDB01 to TPEISMSDB02
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answered 06 Jan, 19:56

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Hi Dennis,

Here is a link to the documentation on moving the application to another server. https://www.poweradmin.com/help/faqs/how-to-move-installation/

I am assuming that your database is SQL Server. So you will need to follow the instructions for moving the database from Microsoft.

When you have the new server running you will then need to point the Satellite at the new server. You can open the Satellite Control menu on the remote server and edit the location. Satellite Config: https://www.poweradmin.com/help/pa-server-monitor-8-0/config_satellite.aspx

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