Re: Change the Hostname of a Server with Oracle

Alessandro,

if I recall correctly, services.ora belonged to the pre-grid-control oracle
intelligent agent, where it kept the services it has discovered.

Stefan


On 9/7/06, Alessandro Vercelli <alever@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Recently, I've had the same experience with an Oracle DBMS 10gR2 on Win2k and apart from listener.ora and tnsnames.ora (sqlnet.ora, in case) I did not change any files; system is running on production since a couple of months without any problem; I don't remember anything about services.ora: what is this file for ? (sorry for ignorance).

A completely different matter is in case of an Oracle Application Server:
I've never nedeed to change an hostname with AS but it seems to me it's not
a simple (or even possible) task.

Regards,

Alessandro

>
>    Hello everybody
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>    But now I have the problem that we have to change the hostname of a
>    server due to a project in which we want to migrate into a global
>    domain.
>    Before we can migrate into the global domain we have to fulfill the
>    global naming convention for the servers.
>    On one of these servers we have to rename we have installed Oracle
>    with two database instances.
>    So I want to ask here if anybody have experiences in changing the
>    hostname of a server with Oracle installed?
>    Is it possible that everything I have to modify are the files
>    listener.ora, tnsnames.ora and services.ora???
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>    Raphael Gmür -- http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l
>


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