Thanks again, Steve
On Apr 17, 2006, at 06:47 PM, Matthew Zito wrote:
I've pinged one of our CRS automation developers, but I'm pretty sure you need to recreate the cluster in 10gR1 to do that. In 10gR2, the CRS is a bit more sensible and you can unregister and register objects in the CRS, but the R1 CRS has some limitations.
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From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Jurijs Velikanovs
Sent: Mon 4/17/2006 7:20 PM
Subject: Re: How can you change the hostname if it's part of a RAC cluster?
I believe that it would be easier for you to reinstall Oracle software at the same time as you change hostname in that case (RAC 10g R1). Personally I haven't any experience with changing a hostname in a RAC 10G environment , but I think it would be easest way to accomplish it. Oracle RDBMS (re)installation is not a big deal.
Just my 0.02 £, Yury
PS Let us know which way you will choose.
On 4/17/06, Steve Perry <sperry@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Oracle EE 10.1.0.5 with ASM on RHEL4.
> I need to rename the hostname and change the ip address.
> Everything I could find on metalink says you can change the vip or ip
> address, but not the hostname.
> Does anyone know any different?
> If so, can you email me the link to how-to on it?
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