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VDM or NAS Server. Examples of settings that should not be changed until the migration is committed include:oQuota settingsoNIS, LDAP, DNS, gateway, and routing configurationsoCreate/delete file systems on the VDMoMount/unmount file systems on the VDMoNFS exports, CIFS shares, or user privileges on the CIFS sharesoCIFS server local users or local groupsoDFS configurationsoNAS replicationoVNX VDM or Dell EMC Unity NAS server configurationsMonitor the migration processoMonitor a migration operation progressoOn Dell EMC Unity, go toJobs, select the operation, and clickDetailsoMonitor a migration session’s overall progressoOn Dell EMC Unity, go toImport, select the session, and clickView/EditoView the migration session’s Summary ReportoOn Dell EMC Unity, go toImport, select the session, clickMore Actions, and clickDownload Summary ReportoThe Summary Report includes details such as time duration, state change history, user operation history,warnings and errors, migrated bytes, and files/quotas that failed to migrate for each file systemMost migration issues happen after the ‘cutover’ and before the ‘commit’. Before initiating a cutover:
22oApply the applicable customized parameters to the Dell EMC Unity system using thesvc_nascommandoTest connectivity by creating a new non-production NAS Server on the Dell EMC Unity system with a matchingconfiguration prior to cutoveroUse the same ports, subnet, mask, VLAN, gateways, DNS, NIS, LDAP, AD servers, clients, and so on.oConfirm connectivity from the NAS Server interfaces to, DNS, NIS, LDAP, AD servers, clients, and so on.On Dell EMC Unity, go toSettingsAccessRoutingPing/Traceto test interface connectivityOn VNX, run aserver_ping<movername> -i <interface>command to test interfaceconnectivityoConfirm the health of the VNX and Dell EMC Unity systemsoEnsure everything is in a healthy state before issuing a cutover or commitCANCELLING THE MIGRATIONDo not cancel an import session unless the problem cannot be resolved (see Troubleshooting section)Ensure network connectivity between the VNX and Dell EMC Unity system exists prior to initiating a cancel operationoThe cancel operation fails if it is unable to communicate with the VNX Control Station and Data MoverTROUBLESHOOTINGIf an issue is encountered with Native File Import, review the error messages, job details, and health status and determine if the issuecan be easily resolved. The most common issues encountered are configuration related issues and are documented above. You canalso attempt to retry the failed operation. If more information is required to resolve the issue, consider searching for the error code onDell EMC Online Support.If an issue cannot be resolved and further assistance is needed, please open a case with Dell EMC Support. Having the followinginformation available will help speed up the troubleshooting effort:Name of the resource being migratedDate/time of the issueError encountered

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