Followed the Admin Guide. But there is one step missing in the doc. Here is a full list of steps.
1. Log on to the view host.
Log on as the view owner or privileged user.
2. Deactivate the view.
cleartool chview –readonly fs137_ucm0
3. Stop the view’s server process.
cleartool endview –server fs137_ucm0
4. Remove its tag and then unregister it.
cleartool rmtag –view –all fs137_ucm0
cleartool unregister –view /tmp/fs137_ucm0.vws
5. Copy the view. Log on as root
cp -p fs137_ucm0.vws /ccstorage/views/fs137_ucm0.vws
6. Register the view at its new location and create a new view tag. Log on as the view owner,
cleartool register –view /ccstorage/views/fs137_ucm0.vws
cleartool mktag –view –tag fs137_ucm0 /ccstorage/views/v5_integration.vws
7. Make the view writable.
cleartool chview -readwrite fs137_ucm0
cleartool lsview -properties -full fs137_ucm0
8. Reactivate and test the view.
access the view and verify the following:
You can check out versions and, in a dynamic view, create view-private files.
All view-private objects were moved.
9. Update VOB references to this view. The view’s old location is still recorded by all VOBs that the view has accessed. To update this information, go to the view check out any element from each VOB that holds such a reference. (You can cancel the checkout immediately if you want).
10. Delete the old view storage directory.
11. Create additional tags as needed.
If the view has tags in other network regions, replace them with tags that reference the new location.