11.Click OK on the start the server message.
A progress message displays. When the migration is complete, the HAFM 8.8 Log In dialog box
12.Enter Administrator as the default user name and password as the password when the
HAFM 8.8 Log In dialog box is displayed.
Data migration from HAFM 7.x to 8.x
Specific data is migrated when you select Yes from the Copy Data and Settings dialog box during
the HAFM software upgrade. The following sections explain the data that is and is not migrated.
Data stored in the c:\HafmData directory od HAFM 7.x is migrated to the comparable data
directories on the new appliance running HAFM 8.x. This data includes user information, e-mail
event configuration information, threshold alert configurations, and zoning configurations.
Password (encrypted in MD5 format)
• System Administrator—Transfers to HAFM 8.x as the System Administrator user group.
• Product Administrator—Transfers to HAFM 8.x as the Product Administrator user group.
• Operator—Transfers to HAFM 8.x as the Operator user group.
• Maintenance—Transfers to HAFM 8.x as the Maintenance user group.
E-mail event configuration
All e-mail addresses entered in the HAFM 7.x Configure E-Mail dialog box migrate to the E-mail
Event Notification Setup user list under one user. You have to modify the user list in HAFM 8.x to
assign addresses to individual users.
File access facility (FAF) library data is migrated. This includes all information from the Configure
Address—Active dialog box (FICON management style only) in HAFM 7.x Product Manager.
The firmware library is migrated in the upgrade process, but release rules are not. Since release
rules are required, an error results when you attempt to send a firmware version in the library to a
switch. To avoid this problem, add the latest firmware file to the firmware library, which also adds
the new release rules and resolves the problem.
Upgrading to HAFM 8.8
Once you log in, you can change the user ID and password for future logins.