Cloning question

Hi All,
I have a question about cloning. In copying apps tier to destination, I am asked to copy those files to appldev, and not applmgr. The database files are still under oracle.
I am not sure what will be the impact from this? Any process or scripts I need to run to accomodate this change?
Thanks,
milic

I have a question about cloning. In copying apps tier to destination, I am asked to copy those files to appldev, and not applmgr. The database files are still under oracle.
I am not sure what will be the impact from this? Any process or scripts I need to run to accomodate this change?There should be no impact as long as the appldev user owns all the application tier node files on the target machine. So, all what you have to do after running preclone on the source application node, and copying the files is to change the ownership of the files on the target application tier node (make the files owned by appldev), then run postclone on the target node as appldev user.
Thanks,
Hussein

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