Let chgiphost.sh update hostname in As10G

Use Oracle script "chgiphost.sh" to update Oracle As10g whenever hostname, domain name or IP got changed. But 2 things to rememer in mind:
1) NOT ALL COMPONENTS support changes in network.

2) Force Oracle runInstaller pick up appropriate ip/hostname by ‘runInstaller OUI_HOSTNAME=_what_my_hostname_’

Case:
oracle@mid.domainx.com:FRalone:/myapp/u04/oracle/fr/chgip/scripts > ./chgiphost.sh -mid
Oracle Home set to /myapp/u04/oracle/fr
Starting Change Hostname/IP…

Enter fully qualified hostname (hostname.domainname) of destination
 (myhost)>>myapp.domainx.com
Enter fully qualified hostname (hostname.domainname) of source
 (myhost)>>mid.domainx.com
Enter valid IP Address of destination
 (100.100.100.12)>>
Enter valid IP Address of source
 (100.100.100.11)>>
Change Hostname/IP completed successfully.

Tip: if you see help messasge , you get an idea why some component can’t be changed. :-p
oracle@mid.domainx.com:FRalone:/myapp/u04/oracle/fr/chgip/scripts > ./chgiphost.sh
Usage:
./chgiphost.sh [-version | -help | -mid [-silent] | -infra [-silent] | -idm [-silent]]
Where:
-version : Shows the version of the tool.
-infra : To change the IP of Infrastructure Home
-mid : To change the Hostname/IP of the Mid-tier Home
-idm : To change hostname/IP of IM-only Home
-silent : To run in silent mode

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About Pang

Oracle DBA working in database, fusion middleware and identity management and cloud.
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