Re: How to activate location.conf after an update
You have to write two entries in your location.conf file, one for each
network. So you should write:
Atlanta 10.129.10.1 City Root
Atlanta 10.135.101.35 City Root
What I am not sure is if NetView will like Root as a parent location, just
keep us informed about that.
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I am running NetView 7.1 over AIX 4.3.3 and TMF3.7.1.
I want to create objects/ SubMaps for different sites
and Cities. I wish that the devices should appear
under these Sites and Cities by double clicking. I
believe I can use location.conf. I have modified my
location.conf file by following the syntax.
<label name> <address pattern> <location symbol>
<optional parent name>
My location.conf file has several entries us under:
Atlanta 10.129.10.1 10.135.101.35 City
Even after putting this file my maps do not have these
sites and cities. I have stopped and start all the
daemons and even rebooted my machine. But these
locations are not appearing.
There is not step mentioned in the Release notes about
how to make use of "location.conf". Are there some
further step to do?
I appreciate your answers in this regard.
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