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How to solve the problem that the ISM Server software can’t startup while the NMS server’s IP has been changed

Publication Date:  2012-11-05 Views:  108 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Product and version: adapting to the ISM V200R100C04
The user modifies the IP of the network management system server in the SUSE system, then the ISM Server can’t be started normally, how to solve this problem?
Alarm Information
Handling Process
Step 1. Enter in the “/etc” catalog, open the “hosts” file and “hosts.YaST2save” file via the “vi” command.
Step 2. Modify the original IPs in the two files as to the new IP.
Step 3. Run “:wq” to save and close these two files.
Root Cause
Because the “hosts” file and “hosts.YaST2save” file will record the original IP of the network management system server, so after modifying the server’s IP, we need to modify the IP in the ISM Server software as to the new IP address.