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Changing Spectrum Protect v8.1 Server IP and Host name

jamesmacd40

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hi all

is there anything special that needs to be done on the DB2 side of things if changing a SP v8.1 server IP and host name?
I see for v7.1, there is a step that needs to be done on the DB2 side (db2set command) but am not seeing anything for v8.1 when searching the knowledge base....

Spectrum protect 8.1 on AIX is the new target.
 

booman55

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Having an issue with this on Linux host. Running db2set as root literally does nothing on this server. db2set -all just returns prompt and db2set -g DB2SYSTEM= does not change the value.

Any ideas???
 

booman55

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I resolved the issue. As root you'll need to execute instance owner .profile to setup environmental variables to run db2set as root.
 

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