dgid conformity after hostname modified under solaris - Veritas Volume Manager

This is a discussion on dgid conformity after hostname modified under solaris - Veritas Volume Manager ; after renaming the hostname on a 2.6 SOLARIS,the dgid reflects the old hostname.Is there a command line to rewrite the dgid? example: old hostname is foo,vxprint -Ath reflects dgid : 123456789.foo new hostname is newfoo,vxprint -Ath reflects dgid : 123456789.foo ...

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    after renaming the hostname on a 2.6 SOLARIS,the dgid reflects
    the old hostname.Is there a command line to rewrite the dgid?
    example: old hostname is foo,vxprint -Ath reflects
    dgid : 123456789.foo
    new hostname is newfoo,vxprint -Ath reflects
    dgid : 123456789.foo

    regards,



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    "COSQUER joel" wrote:
    >
    >after renaming the hostname on a 2.6 SOLARIS,the dgid reflects
    >the old hostname.Is there a command line to rewrite the dgid?
    >example: old hostname is foo,vxprint -Ath reflects
    > dgid : 123456789.foo
    > new hostname is newfoo,vxprint -Ath reflects
    > dgid : 123456789.foo
    >
    >regards,
    >
    >

    vxdg(1m) on 3.0.2 will tell you about vxdg import -C. You'll
    need to deport/import to change the hostname.

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