Use the following procedures to migrate Condrey Corporation’s Kanaka for eDirectory 2.5 or 2.6 to Novell Kanaka for Mac 2.8.
Follow the procedures in Section 5.0, Installing and Configuring the Engine in the Novell Kanaka for Mac Installation and Administration Guide.
When you are prompted to start the service do not do so until directed in Step 8.
On the server running the Condrey Corporation Kanaka for eDirectory Engine, locate and copy the following files from the /var/opt/condreycorporation/kanaka/engine/data directory to the /var/opt/novell/kanaka/engine/data directory on the Novell Kanaka for Mac Engine:
cp /var/opt/condreycorporation/kanaka/engine/data/*.dat \ /var/opt/novell/kanaka/engine/data
On the server running the Condrey Corporation Kanaka for eDirectory Engine, locate and copy the kanaka.conf file from the /etc/opt/condreycorporation/kanaka/engine/config/ directory to the /etc/opt/novell/kanaka/engine/config/ directory on the Novell Kanaka for Mac Engine:
cp /etc/opt/condreycorporation/kanaka/engine/config/kanaka.conf \ /etc/opt/novell/kanaka/engine/config/kanaka.conf
Edit the /etc/opt/novell/kanaka/engine/config/kanaka.conf file so that no data paths point to the old location.
Shut down the Condrey Corporation Kanaka for eDirectory Engine by entering rckanakaengined stop.
On the server running the Condrey Corporation Kanaka for eDirectory Engine, locate and copy the following file from the /var/opt/condreycorporation/kanaka/engine/data/state/salt.dat directory to the /var/opt/novell/kanaka/engine/data/state/salt.dat directory on the Novell Kanaka for Mac Engine:
cp /var/opt/condreycorporation/kanaka/engine/data/state/salt.dat \ /var/opt/novell/kanaka/engine/data/state/salt.dat
On the server running the Novell Kanaka for Mac Engine, start the service by entering rcnovell-kanakaengined start.
Check your log file for any errors by viewing the file at tailf /var/opt/novell/kanaka/engine/log/novell-kanakaengined.log.
Uninstall the Condrey Corporation Kanaka for eDirectory Engine RPM by entering:
rpm -q -a | grep kanaka
rpm -e kanaka-engine-2.x.x-xx