Sun Cluster System Administration Guide for Solaris OS

ProcedureHow to Change the Server Address for Sun Cluster Manager

If you change the hostname of a cluster node, you must change the address from which Sun Cluster Manager runs. The default security certificate is generated based on the node's hostname at the time Sun Cluster Manager is installed. To reset the node's hostname, delete the certificate file, keystore and restart Sun Cluster Manager. Sun Cluster Manager automatically creates a new certificate file with the new hostname. You must complete this procedure on any node that has had its hostname changed.

  1. Remove the certificate file, keystore, located in /etc/opt/webconsole.

    # cd /etc/opt/webconsole
    # pkgrm keystore
  2. Restart Sun Cluster Manager.

    # /usr/sbin/smcwebserver restart