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Change of Address for the Enterprise Controller

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To move the
Enterprise Controller to a new server, you back it up on the original
system and restore it on the new system. Each Proxy Controller has to
be re-introduced to the Enterprise Controller at the new location.
Before 12.3.1, the procedure was a little heavy-handed. Starting in
12.3.1, a new option for proxyadm streamlines the task. Let's line
up the procedures:

Before 12.3.1 Version 12.3.1
As root, log in
to the Proxy Controller.
As root, log in
to the Proxy Controller.

Stop the Proxy
Controller:

# proxyadm stop -w

Stop the Proxy
Controller:

# proxyadm stop -w

Unconfigure the Proxy Controller:

# proxyadm unconfigure -k

Update the connection.properties file:

proxyadm update -s <new_ip>

Reconfigure the Proxy Controller:

# proxyadm configure -s <newhostname>
            -u root -p <pwfilename>


Restart the Proxy Controller:

# proxyadm start -w

Restart the Proxy Controller:

# proxyadm start -w

Now, you need to
know only the new IP address and you are only changing a value in a
property file, not re-configuring the Proxy Controller. The
entire workflow for moving controllers is in the
Administration
Guide
in this topic: Backup
and Restoring an Enterprise Controller.

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