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Fresh install of TCPIP - TCPIP$CONFIG on both nodes?

 
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Tom Hartsook
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Fresh install of TCPIP - TCPIP$CONFIG on both nodes?

I am converting from Multinet to TCP/IP. I will first remove the Multinet commands from the DCLTABLES. Then install the TCP/IP product on the first node, and TCPIP$CONFIG the first node.

I assume that I must run TCPIP$CONFIG on the second node. Do I config all services on the second node?
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Robert Gezelter
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Re: Fresh install of TCPIP - TCPIP$CONFIG on both nodes?

Tom,

In essence, yes.

Whether you configure all of the services on the second node is a question of your environment's goals and missions.

- Bob Gezelter, http://www.rlgsc.com
Tom Hartsook
Advisor

Re: Fresh install of TCPIP - TCPIP$CONFIG on both nodes?

I had a few problems with SSH on the cluster. I needed to change TCPIP$SSH_DEVICE to point to SYS$SPECIFIC, rather than SYS$SYSDEVICE, due to HOSTKEY. and HOSTKEY.PUB file problems for each node.

And SSL$ROOT had to be changed to SYS$SPECIFIC:[SYSCOMMON.SSL.] for BIND to work.

Tom