HowTo : Set the Hostname of 2nd NIC

Nimal ABHAYAWICK nabhaya at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 13 19:25:46 MET DST 2001


Hi Christof,
                    Thanks, everything went fine. I suceeded installing (on
Redhat 6.2).

nimal at noos.fr

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christof Awater" <christof at paefken.westfalen.de>
To: <linux-general at sap.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2001 7:55 AM
Subject: Re: HowTo : Set the Hostname of 2nd NIC


> Nimal ABHAYA (Metrolog) wrote:
> > eth0 is configured throgh adhcp server.
>
> Don't use DHCP for a SAP-Server.
>
> > eth1 is for my little pc-network. By default the 'hostname' command
returns the hostname given by the DHCP server( the fully qualified domain
name for eth0). How can I make it return the hostname of the eth1
>
> Redhat: /etc/HOSTNAME or linuxconf
> SuSE:   /etc/HOSTNAME or yast2 (network/Hostname & DHCP/"Change hostname
via DHCP" off)
>
> > (which I set as 'pc_lnx' in /etc/hosts) ?
>
> Don't use "_" in hostnames.
>
> Christof Awater
>
>
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