We need some clarification of what the PAX commands below do.
pax -w -f /location/for/pax/file/LDAPR14.pax.Z -z -x pax * Move file to execution LPAR
cd /your/ldap/execution/directory on execution LPAR
pax -r -f /location/for/pax/file/LDAP.pax.Z -px
pax is an archive utility as well as an file format used under UNIX. It is similar to tar and cpio and its specification is defined by the IEEE 1003.2.
pax has got two main modes:
- w (write) : To create an archive file.
- r (read) : To extract files from an archive file.
- r et w : To copy a tree to another one.
pax -r < test.pax Creation :
pax -wd -f test.pax Read content of archive file:
pax -f test.pax Copy to new directory :
pax -r -w /New/Directory
Explanations of commands in the summary box:
cd /your/ldap/installation/directory <=== Change your current directory to your TSS ldap installation directory.
pax -w -f /location/for/pax/file/LDAPR14.pax.Z -z -x pax * <=== create a pax archive file named LDAPR14.pax.Z in /location/for/pax/file directory which contains all files located in /your/ldap/installation/directory.
cd /your/ldap/execution/directory <=== Change your current directory to your TSS ldap execution directory on the LPAR where ldap will run.
pax -r -f /location/for/pax/file/LDAP.pax.Z -px <=== Extract ldap files from LDAP.pax.Z archive file located in /location/for/pax/file directory.