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Move all objects between different partition

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Altocumulus
Altocumulus

Hi Team ,
I need to move all objects ( virtual server, node, health check etc ) from Common partition to another one.

In all objects in common partition are associated root domain.

Is there a solution that allow to move all objects to differents partitions withoth ricreate every single object ?

I tried to do it by cli, I remove from bigip.conf all information about the object that I need to move and , I paste it in the bigip.conf of the new partition.

I'm not confident if it is a good solution.

Could you help me ?

Many thanks in adv.

Paolo

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I don't think there's an easier way, I'd start preparing by 2 steps,

1. Prepare cmd to delete the respective object from common partition.

2. Prepare cmd to create the same object to your another partition.

 

You can automate this too using script, so you move each app, one by one.

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JRahm
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Community Manager

One solution would be to use the AS3 Config Converter, which will create an AS3 declaration, and then in applying that to the AS3 app within the automation toolchain (assuming you install it), will have all those objects in a new partition. Applying back to source, however, will be problematic, so you would need some intermediate steps obviously to remove from the active config what's being re-inserted in a new partition. You can install the F5 extension in visual studio code and manage all this from your desktop. Details on ACC/AS3:

Hi Jason,

many thanks for your suggestion.

I will let you know asap.

Many thanks again,

Regards,

paolo

I don't think there's an easier way, I'd start preparing by 2 steps,

1. Prepare cmd to delete the respective object from common partition.

2. Prepare cmd to create the same object to your another partition.

 

You can automate this too using script, so you move each app, one by one.

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Altocumulus
Altocumulus

Many thanks for your suggestion, the problem was resolved.

Thank you.