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Re: Managed node creation failed!

1999-06-09 10:22:01
Subject: Re: Managed node creation failed!
From: Gord Michaels <gord_michaels AT HOTMAIL DOT COM>
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 1999 07:22:01 PDT
Hello All.

I have discovered something which may be the problem...

On the client I want to make my managed node, I cannot do(i.e cannot find
it) a:

nslookup server_IP

But I can do a nslookup server_hostname

Also, on the TMR server side...

I cannot do(i.e. cannot find it) a: nslookup client_IP

But I can do a: nslookup client_hostname

Could this be my problem ???

Gord.



From: "Ken Garst." <KGarst AT GIANTOFMARYLAND DOT COM>
Reply-To: Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on NetView
       <NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu>
To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu
Subject: Re: Managed node creation failed!
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 1999 09:43:12 -0400

You didn't mention if you are using DNS or flat file /etc/hosts for name
resolution.  I am using /etc/hosts for name resolution and had exactly the
same
problem in creating a managed node for a NetView client.  After much
investigation, the solution is to "fake" out Tivoli by copying the
/usr/bin/nslookup command to, say, nslookup.ORIG and then create a fake
nslookup
file containing the following commands:

echo "Name: <hostname of TMR server.domain.name>"
echo "Address: <ipaddr of TMR server"

In my particular case, the fake nslookup file contains:

echo "Name:  nvhost.hq.giantofmaryland.com"
echo "Address:  161.247.21.237"

After the install, copy back the original file to the nslookup file.

Regards,
ken
kgarst AT giantofmaryland DOT com


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