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Who did use ipchange.sh script ?

Hi Community,

just wondering, did anyone already used provided script "ipchange.sh" [/opt/novell/migration/sbin/serveridswap/scripts/ipchange/nonplugin]

Mentioned in the documentation : https://www.novell.com/documentation/open-enterprise-server-2018/oes_implement_lx/data/ipchange_serviceconfig.html

In that script, the value of variable "number2" is never set. (line 108), right ?

 

Thanks,

Pascal

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Well, as "count" doesn't get reset, i'd guess you're right.

 

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Does it worth opening an SR for that 🙄

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Well, while it's pretty easy to work around it, it's still a defect which should be fixed. As it won't be fixed unless a defect gets raised and likely no defect will be raised without a SR: if you are in the postition to raise a SR please do so. Thanks,

MB

 

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SR#101317819551

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FYI,

there is another "bug" in that script in case where old and new remote IP address are different.

the rename of files in /etc/sysconfig/novell/ldap_servers/IP_FILE  is running well

but the content is not changed !

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Did you update the SR with this info?

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yep, I did it

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