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1. Red Hat
currently I'm working on migration services from physical to virtual server (RHEL 6). One form applications is binded to hostid of old server.
I put value of hostid from old server to the /etc/hostid on new server, but output of hostid command is giving nonsenses then.
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Discussion started by: brusell
2. Red Hat
There is no /etc/hostid file.
I know that there is no relationship between with MAC address and hostid. There are a lot of scripts on the net but how can I exactly do in my case. :rolleyes: (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: getrue
We have a Sun M5000. I am now trying to boot the second system domain by using the boot disk (a mirrored boot disk actually) of the first domain (if succeed then no OS installation is needed for the second domain). I got the following errors:
SPARC Enterprise M5000 Server, using Domain... (21 Replies)
Discussion started by: aixlover
I've searched the UNIX forum looking for a simple procedure how to change\control my Solaris server hostid.
I did found few threads but all of them either have broken links to all kinds of scripts or not described simply for some UNIX beginers user like me.
Can anyone assist me?
I... (21 Replies)
Discussion started by: avisht
After I change the hostid, how can I change it back without rebooting the machine?
Thanks (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: jamie_collins
please , I need an urgent help.
I reinstalled our server Sun X4150. What was changed:
our two disks were changed to raid1 and I installed a never version of Solaris 10 (previously the version from 12/2009 was used, now a version from 03/2010).
what I'm surprised, the... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: freeangel
I would like to know that I have configure the OS & other application on the SunFire V440 server
1) If suppose no hostid base software install in that v440 server & if some problem comes in the motherboard of that server. If I remove the harddisk ( on which Solaris & other... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: girish.batra
How can I change hostID on SUN Server with sun4u architecture?
Thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Sunb3
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Discussion started by: 12345678
I have to change the HostID for my SUNFire880 in lab.
Can some body help me? and give the detail procedure?
I don't think the command "mkp" can be used in SUNFire880 system.
So please help!:cool: (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: surainbow