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OES Linux Rename Server

Hello,

First off I did see the entry several items before about renaming an
OES-Linux server after it has been imported into eDirectory, but that
suggestion was applicable for servers that are not in production. In my
case, I can bring the server down for a period of time, but would prefer
not to do a reinstall because of the amount of data already on the server.

The server is running OES SP2, and has Remote Manager, iManager,
NetStorage, LUM, Samba, and NSS running on it. What would be the easiest
way of changing the hostname and updating eDirectory accordingly? Thank you.

Anwar
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OES Linux Rename Server

> Hello,
>
> First off I did see the entry several items before about renaming an
> OES-Linux server after it has been imported into eDirectory, but that
> suggestion was applicable for servers that are not in production. In my
> case, I can bring the server down for a period of time, but would prefer
> not to do a reinstall because of the amount of data already on the

server.
>
> The server is running OES SP2, and has Remote Manager, iManager,
> NetStorage, LUM, Samba, and NSS running on it. What would be the easiest
> way of changing the hostname and updating eDirectory accordingly? Thank

you.
>
> Anwar


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