Update jrmuser.properties after hostnamechange.pl?

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Nov 11th, 2008
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With LMS 3.1, does jrmuser.properties need to be manually updated after running hostnamechange.pl? The former still has the old hostname appended in there. Or does it get updated automatically once I start dmgtd?

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 8 years 8 months ago

Yes, it must be unique. If you have two servers, serverA and serverB, you must use a unique jrm ServiceName on both servers regardless of the LMS version. Both ServiceNames MUST NOT contain dots (thus the hostname component must be the short hostname).

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Joe Clarke Tue, 11/11/2008 - 10:44
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It is not necessary. All that needs to happen is that the jrm service name must be unique on the network. If you would like to update this file, be sure you ONLY use the short hostname. If you use the FQDN, this will break jrm.

yjdabear Tue, 11/11/2008 - 10:59
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Does it only have to be unique across two same-version LMS boxes? What about one LMS 2.6 (ServiceName=JrmServiceManager_hostnameA.fqdn.com) and one LMS 3.1 (ServiceName=JrmServiceManager_hostnameA)?

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Joe Clarke Tue, 11/11/2008 - 11:01
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Yes, it must be unique. If you have two servers, serverA and serverB, you must use a unique jrm ServiceName on both servers regardless of the LMS version. Both ServiceNames MUST NOT contain dots (thus the hostname component must be the short hostname).

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